In the U.S., the unadjusted pay gap registers at 21.4%, meaning women make just $0.79 for every $1 men earn, according to Glassdoor's most recent gender pay gap data analysis.
However, when controlling for variables like age, education, location, experience, occupation, and industry, the pay gap falls to 4.9%, meaning women make about $0.95 for every $1.00 men make, a slight improvement from three years ago.
In the technology industry, there is an adjusted wage gap of 5.4%, down from 28.3% in 2016.
Said Glassdoor’s Annie Pearl, "Combining knowledge with leveraging valuable resources is the next step to ensuring equal pay for equal work everywhere… We all have a part to play to close the pay gap."
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