"Over the past three decades women’s median income has increased 63%, and now more than a third of working wives earn more than their husbands."
Mines the old notions of employment for women to show the sharp contrast with today, when women acquire more bachelor's and master's degrees than men.
Notes that among the best opportunities are high paying jobs with a relatively low percentage of women in the workforce. The top five and their salaries are pharmacists at $99,000, lawyers at $85,000, computer and information systems at $80,000, physicians and surgeons at $79,000, and CEOs at $76,000. The changes taking place within the last decade are remarkable.
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Source is Forbes.
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