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Understanding Challenges of AAPI Women to Achieve Equal Pay

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Today marks Equal Pay Day for Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs). In 2017, median earnings for Asian women in the United States — that is, those who identify themselves as “Asian alone” in the US Census Bureau’s American Community Survey and worked full-time, year-round — were ,559 per year, compared to median annual earnings ...

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Today marks Equal Pay Day for Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs). In 2017, median earnings for Asian women in the United States — that is, those who identify themselves as “Asian alone” in the US Census Bureau’s American Community Survey and worked full-time, year-round — were $50,559 per year, compared to median annual earnings of $57,638 made by a white, non-Hispanic men (a difference of about $7,000 per year).  Asian women also earned 77 percent of what Asian men earned per year, which is smaller than what all women were paid as a percentage of all men (80 percent).

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