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Report: Many Women in New England Face Economic Insecurity, Not Recovery


The fitful economic recovery after the Great Recession has raised overall earnings for women in New England, but income inequality persists, according to a new report from UMass Boston’s Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy.

The publication, “Recovery for All? A Snapshot of Women’s Economic Status in New England,” finds that while women’s overall earnings are now higher than pre-recession levels, other key indicators demonstrate a growing wage gap for many women—especially minorities and low-wage workers.

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