Women working in Iowa state government still earn less than men
BPC Staff Jan 22, 2018 | 5:28 pm
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Des Moines Register: Median pay for women working in Iowa state government is about $5,300 less a year than men, a dollar gap that has changed little over the past decade, a Register analysis found. In fiscal year 2017, median pay for male government workers was $55,879, about 11 percent more than the $50,537 median for female workers.
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