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The gap between men’s and women’s earnings continues (slowly) to shrink. A report issued last month by the Bureau of Labor Statistics documents the trend. Among full-time wage and salary workers, women’s median earnings last year were 80 percent of men’s. That’s up from 63 percent in 1979, the earliest year for which comparable data was collected.

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