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Looks the like gender pay gap is going to take a while to shrink, about 202 years to be exact. Veuer’s Natasha Abellard has the story. Buzz60

The strongest job market in 50 years is drawing in both men and women who are in their prime working years but on the sidelines, including discouraged Americans and disabled people.

But 25- to 54-year-old women are joining, or returning to, the labor force in even greater numbers than their male counterparts, encouraged by a welcome trend: higher salaries and more flexible work arrangements.

As companies face intensifying worker shortages they’re trying to accommodate employees raising children and caring for older people, experts say. 

“In a tight labor market,

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