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Striking identical results from different countries: the gender gap in income is primarily driven by motherhood. In order:1) Denmarkhttps://t.co/KWnDoKZG7r2) Swedenhttps://t.co/aURPdVk6Fd3) New-Zealandhttps://t.co/hQhTtXt8ZZ pic.twitter.com/KHFQanKJmB — Lionel Page (@page_eco) May 30, 2018

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Source: Trades Union Congress – The Motherhood Pay Penalty. The British Trades Union Congress (TUC) has released the preliminary findings of research into the 1970 Birth Cohort Study. The union research into the gender wage gap finds that The overall gender pay gap of 34 per cent for this cohort of full-time workers who were …

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Source: Trades Union Congress – The Motherhood Pay Penalty. The British Trades Union Congress (TUC) has released the preliminary findings of research into the 1970 Birth Cohort Study. The union research into the gender wage gap finds that The overall gender pay gap of 34 per cent for this cohort of full-time workers who were …

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#Women's earnings drop 20% after 1st child & gap remains the same even 20 years later @LSEEcon bit.ly/1M60KfJ http://t.co/UpoqLkhbl2— STICERD (@STICERD_LSE) July 15, 2015 Source: Parenthood and the Gender Gap: Evidence from Denmark by Henrik Jacobsen Kleven, Camille Landais and Jakob Egholt Søgaard, University of Copenhagen January 2015 at http://eml.berkeley.edu/~webfac/auerbach/Landais2015.pdf

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Figure 1: Female/male earnings ratio by partner status and motherhood, 2004 Source: LIS Cross-National Data Center in Luxembourg – Wave VI; individuals with positive earnings only. .

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Women are increasingly putting their husband’s career before their own, a controversial new study of Harvard Business School graduates has found. It canvassed over 25,000 male and female students, and found 40 percent of Gen X and boomer women said their spouses’ careers took priority over theirs. The researchers also said only about 20 percent …

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Solomon Polachek was minding his own business back in 1975 looking for evidence to show occupational crowding and that women were pushed into low paid occupations by sex discrimination, and in particular, employer discrimination. About 60 per cent of women still work in just 10 occupations. the occupations which are female-dominated are often relatively poorly …

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