What I do on a day-to-day basis: A look at what you should know about the role of women in the workplace

It’s a role that is increasingly viewed as a female one, one that is often held up as a way to break barriers and be more successful.

The Women’s Empowerment Initiative has released a report to help the public better understand how women are paid, the job market and the role they play in the economy.

It’s a report that highlights what is known as the gender wage gap, a wage gap that has been described as “an ongoing and pervasive phenomenon” in the United States.

The report found that the wage gap was larger for women than men.

But the gap in pay for women is not nearly as large as for men, the report found.

There are a few reasons why women make less than men in many fields, according to the report.

The most common reason cited was that women tend to do more of the child care and housework.

The National Women’s Law Center has also called the wage disparity a “problem of gender-based pay discrimination” and said it has a “history of discrimination.”

According to the National Women in Business, women are making 77 cents for every dollar a man makes, while men make 77 cents on the dollar.

The wage gap is larger in certain industries, such as manufacturing, which are traditionally male-dominated.

However, the study also found that women have more opportunities than men to be in certain occupations and that women are doing well in certain professions that pay less than male-friendly ones.

Women make up 20% of the workforce, according the report, which found that just over half of all female employees are in jobs in finance, health care, public administration and social work.

The study also shows that women make more than men at jobs where they are needed most, such in sales, office and transportation, according a report on the report released by the American Association of University Women.

Women also earn higher wages than men when it comes to salaries.

The report found women earn on average 79% of what men earn.

However, the pay gap is not as big for women as for white males, who are the group most likely to be paid less than their male counterparts.

The gap is slightly smaller for Asian-American women and Hispanic women.

The American Association for University Women also found a gender wage disparity in the U.S. at 77 cents.

The wage gap for white men is 77 cents, according that study.

The gender wage gaps are wider for women in some sectors, such that women in health care make 75 cents for each dollar men make.