Reverse Gender Gap: Study Says Young, Childless Women Earn More Than Men

A growing number of women across the country are upending the conventional wisdom about a gender gap in pay. These women earn 8 percent more on average than their male counterparts, according to a new study of Census data from Reach Advisors, a market research firm. But there's a big caveat -- the so-called reverse gender gap applies only to women who are unmarried, without children and younger than 30-years-old. Watch "World News" for more on this story tonight on ABC. Why are younger...Full Story
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