The Gender Gap in Accounting Salaries
The Institute of Management Accountants quantifies the salary gap between men and women in the accounting profession in its annual salary survey.
The IMA has been tracking the gender gap in accounting salaries since the salary survey began in 1989. The smallest salary gap since then was in 2006 at 80 percent (meaning if women earned $80,000, men earned $100,000). In 2012, the salary gap was 78 percent.
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