American women earn substantially more money and see the gender income gap narrowed if other women in their industries reach the ranks of upper management, according to a new study.
Presented at the 101st meeting of the American Sociological Association in Montreal, the study was conducted by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill sociologist Philip N. Cohen and University of California at Irvine sociologist Matt L. Huffman.
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