Tuesday, April 4, is Equal Pay Day, the symbolic day when women's earnings "catch up" to men's earnings from the previous year.
The National Partnership study concluded that women earn about 80 cents on the dollar compared to men. "American Indian and Alaska Native women are paid just 58 cents for every dollar white men are paid", they conclude.
Equal Pay Day marks how far all women need to work into 2017 to earn what men were paid in 2016.
"Seeing companies doing that kind of advertising, and you've got companies starting to pledge that we're going to pay our employees, women or men, equally and fairly", she said.
It's clear that women's fight for pay equity and work opportunities is far from over.
While the discount is great for the day, Sandberg posted a message to the community urging women to get their 20% and close the gender pay gap. Women deserve better, families deserve better.
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Firms will also be required to publish statistics covering pay gaps in bonuses paid out during the year. The NWLC details that the lifetime losses due to the wage gap in Missouri totals over $600,000 for black women and almost $750,000 for Latina women.
The bad news? The gap for Black and Latina women in NY is much worse (66 cents on the dollar for Black women and 56 cents for Latinas). She says women sometimes face a double standard on pay negotiation, and usually are not expected to negotiate.