Via Hired’s latest report on wage inequality in the workplace.
That’s an improvement. In 2019, she would have made 87 cents. Back in 2016, that would have been 79 cents.
Black men made 89 cents in 2020, which represents a slight decline from the 2019 average.
Overall, companies offered men higher salaries for the same role than women nearly 60 percent of the time in 2020, down from 65 percent in 2019.
I’d be interested to know the figures for Black trans and non-binary people (if they existed).