Latina women in the United States face a wage gap of almost 50%

So that Latino women in the United States earn the same money their white male peers earned in 2020 they would have to work an extra 10 months, according to figures from the National Legal Center for Women from that country.

The groups of women that face the greatest wage inequality are the black female population and Latinas; with gaps of 37 and 45% respectively.

This reflects that although the wage gap It is a problem that affects all women, some are impacted with greater force.

On average, regardless of race or ethnicity, women in the United States receive 82 cents for every dollar a white man earns.

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