Forbes.com took data from the 2012 American Community Survey to show the gender gap between women and men in each state.
"For more than a decade now, the comparison between the median earnings of full-time employed men and women in the U.S. has remained a stubborn 77 percent—that is, women earn roughly 77 cents on the dollar when stacked against the paychecks of white men," Meghan Casserly wrote in the article.
And the latest data shows that number isn't moving.
And Forbes breaks down the gender gap in each state.
According to the report, women in Tennessee make about 77 cents for every dollar their male counterparts make.
Click here to read the entire Forbes article.
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