Children and women on a playground in the Timberlea neighborhood of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada, May 3, 2017. According to a study in 2018, women in the U.S. who have their first child before 25 or after 35 eventually close the salary divide with their husbands. It’s the years in between that are most problematic, research shows.
Children and women on a playground in the Timberlea neighborhood of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada, May 3, 2017. According to a study in 2018, women in the U.S. who have their first child before 25 or after 35 eventually close the salary divide with their husbands. It’s the years in between that are most problematic, research shows. Noel West The New York Times
Children and women on a playground in the Timberlea neighborhood of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada, May 3, 2017. According to a study in 2018, women in the U.S. who have their first child before 25 or after 35 eventually close the salary divide with their husbands. It’s the years in between that are most problematic, research shows. Noel West The New York Times

The 10-year baby window that is the key to the women’s pay gap

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