Ever wonder the real reason why women are paid less than men?
Women who work full-time earn, on average, 77 percent of what men do. It's a lingering problem — one I've spent lots of time thinking and writing about over the years — and it can't be ignored.
I’m well aware of the usual explanations: Some women take time out of the workplace to raise families and care for aging relatives; the types of jobs they do often aren’t as high-paying as men’s and so forth. But I’ve long thought that some other reason lurks beneath the surface.
And now I’ve found it.
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