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Pew Study: Pay gap is closing, minority women aspire to reach top jobs

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A new Pew Study shows that the gender pay gap is closing, though challenges lie ahead. It also found that minority women aspire to be boss at higher percentages than white women.

There's good news for women in the workplace. A new study by the Pew Research Center finds that the pay gap is closing between men and women, especially for millennials.

But one specific stat in this research caught our eye. Out of all women, about half of blacks and Latinas say they wanted to be the boss. Meanwhile only 29 percent of white women said the same thing.

Kim Parker, associate director of the Social & Demographic Trends Project at the Pew Research Center, joins the show to explain these results. 


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