Best and Worst States for Women’s Equality

Many things go into measuring women's equality at work, including the all-important gender pay gap, and the percentage of women filling executive positions in different companies and geographic areas. The following data will show you how your state ranks in issues regarding women's equality in the workplace.
WalletHub's research indicates that the five states that have the smallest pay gap between men and women are Arizona, California, Nebraska, Maryland, and Florida.
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