Salary inequities boost poverty, study shows

Jones, Arthur
March 1999
National Catholic Reporter;03/05/99, Vol. 35 Issue 18, p4
Reveals that poverty in the United States would drop if women would get a salary equal with that of men. Highlights of the study conducted by the Institute for Women's Policy Research and American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations; Discussion of the study's results.


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