As the United States celebrates equal pay day, a new study finds that there are a few occupations that still lag behind in gender wage equality. Veuer’s Natasha Abellard has the story. Buzz60
Recent college graduates (or Generation-Z) are making six figures in the technology industry and closing the sector’s long-held gender pay gap.
That’s according to new data provided by the career monitoring website Comparably, which found that the average salary for employees age 18 to 24 starts at $64,000 and can surpass $100,000, depending on the job.
In the majority of jobs, women in the age group earned more than men, according to the survey, which analyzed more than 2,800 salary records.