Too Many Women Still Feel Vulnerable Working in Advertising

There’s far too much discrimination happening, even 35 years later

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An Adweek report 35 years ago showed a pay gap between men and women in advertising. Not much has changed since. Trina Dalziel

Thirty-five years ago, Adweek revealed findings from a shocking survey showing that women in advertising were making 67% of what men earned.

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This story first appeared in the Dec. 9, 2019, issue of Adweek magazine. Click here to subscribe.
@cjpyle Christena J. Pyle is the executive director of Time's Up Advertising. Previously, she served as director of diversity and inclusion at Omnicom and director of Adcolor.
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