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Report: Women in tech earn $0.94 cents to every $1 men make

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Report: Women in tech earn $0.94 cents to every $1 men make

New research from Glassdoor found the adjusted gender pay disparity in the tech industry is 5.9% in the US, slightly larger than the national pay gap of 5.4%. Here's what you need to know.

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