“Over the past 4 decades, women have made notable changes in their labor force activities. Labor force participation is significantly higher among women today than it was in the 1970s, particularly among women with children, and a larger share of women are working full time and year round. In addition, women have increasingly attained higher levels of education: among women ages 25 to 64 who are in the labor force, the proportion with a college degree roughly tripled from 1970 to 2011. Womens earnings as a proportion of mens earnings also have grown over time. In 1979, women working full time earned 62 percent of what men did; in 2011, womens earnings were 82 percent of mens.”
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