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Overall, it appears that the growing disparity between the wealthy and the middle class in America is reflected in data relating to women: the wealthiest women are getting wealthier, while lower and middle class women are losing ground. Between and , female-owned firms grew five times faster than the national average.
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As of , there were Women already own more than half of the investable assets in the U. In the U.
Women prefer to invest in companies they perceive to be making a positive difference in the world. In , women surpassed men in terms of education. Even though women now hold the majority 52 percent of management, professional and related positions in the U.
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Ten years after graduating, degreed women earned less than degreed men who had been in the workforce only six years. The gender pay disparity was even larger and more immediate among graduates of the most elite universities like Harvard, Stanford and Princeton. Overall, in , women were the primary breadwinners in over 40 percent of American households, but earned only 78 cents for every dollar a man made. Earning less has a negative effect on families.
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