9.17.2006

Let's party like it's 1991

Because, apparently, it may as well be. According to this article, there has been little or no improvement in the pay disparity between male and female attorneys since 1991:
According to the data for full-time lawyers, only about 5 percent of women lawyers earn $350,000 or more while 20 percent of male lawyers earn at that level. One-fifth of the women earn less than $50,000; just 8 percent of men are in this category.

No female 1990s graduate is above the $200,000-$249,000 level while almost 10 percent of the male graduates from that decade are above it.
I guess it goes to show that the more things change, the more they stay the same.

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