A close look at the reasons women are leaving, and at the broader implications, shows no one needs to brace for disaster.
Women in Rhode Island have to wait nearly six years longer than their male peers to save for a down payment.
The gender pay gap persists at a time when about 67 percent of the world's health and care workers are women.
"We need someone who is into work more than money," said the recruiter's reply to applicant Aryan Aggarwal.
Women's economic and social well-being, voter turnout, healthcare and safety were among the indicators used to conclude the findings of the study.
Several users of Reddit said they "salute" the female employee for "not putting up with bulls**t."
"Do the work you're paid to do, get time and experience in, and look for a better-paying job," said one commenter on the viral post.
Progress is being made toward workplace gender equity but it's still very slow going, according to a new analysis by Harvard Business School.
The role said it wanted women, non-binary and gender-nonconforming people to apply "in recognition that some groups are underrepresented."
The gender pay gap is consistently in the news—yet the problem is not being readily resolved.
Out of President Joe Biden's senior White House staff, around 56 percent are women.
It's not just the loss of current income during the COVID crisis that will hurt millions of women financially, but also reduced future earnings and retirement benefits that will likely follow. As one economist put it, women may "eat the cost of the pandemic for the rest of their working lives."
"When men speak up, they also foster awareness and acceptance about gender inequity as a shared problem, not a special interest."
"Managers at every level must be invested in and feel accountable for advancing equity, and that goes double for CEOs and others whose example and actions have outsize influence."
Failure to act soon leaves companies open to punitive measures when state governments inevitably step in.
The nonprofit founder is advocating a plan to help working mothers rebuild lives that have been upended by the pandemic. Washington is taking notice—and so are critics.
In an interview form 2018 that has resurfaced on Twitter, Viola Davis said: "If there's no one like me... you pay me what I'm worth. You give me what I'm worth."
"You know how they say never waste a crisis? We need to not waste this moment to fix the structural problems that women face," Sandberg said.
Equal Pay Day falls on March 31 this year. At the current rate of progress in the U.S., women won't catch up to men when it comes to how much they are paid until 2059. Here's a by-the-numbers look at the persistent gender wage gap.
An anonymous former employee of Manhattan GMAT told BuzzFeed News that Yang "spoke positively" of her work before she was fired.
Workers are finally fighting back against the damaging culture of salary secrecy.
Over a 40-year career, that means that black women make $946,120 less than white men, according to the National Women's Law Center.
U.S. Soccer president Carlos Cordeiro stated on Monday that women had been paid more than men over the last nine years.
The USWNT's co-captain spoke with Washington senators Patty Murray and Senator Maria Cantwell on Sunday to champion her cause.
Thirty-five percent of U.S. adults believe the gender pay gap in sports is more of an issue after the women's team won their fourth World Cup title earlier this month.
Women continue to make less than men even when they have the same job titles and qualification.
"We did find that statistic surprising, as millennials are typically represented as advocates for equality in general," said Tanya Jansen, co-founder at beqom.
Women were significantly more likely than men to identify the gender pay gap as a "serious problem," with 78 percent of women agreeing with it, compared with 59 percent of men.