The gender pay gap has remained virtually unchanged over the past two decades, with women earning just two extra cents since 2002 when the gap was 80 cents to every dollar earned by men. However, the wealth gap between men and women is even more significant, with women having just 32 cents for every dollar that men have.
To address this issue, we need to take action by advocating for better legislation, sharing our salaries, and supporting our female coworkers. Additionally, investing our money is a powerful way to build wealth and achieve financial freedom.
Investing has proven to be an effective way to accumulate wealth, and it is one of the most impactful things we can do for ourselves. By investing our money, we can help close the gender wealth gap.