A new infographic from Ultraviolet looks at how the Paycheck Fairness Act could help address wage discrimination against U.S. women. "Women are losing $431,000 over the course of their careers because wage discrimination continues to be a huge problem for women in our country," the graphic reads. "Worse, women can be fired for trying to fight it and get fair pay. The Paycheck Fairness Act would help bring an end to wage discrimination by closing a set of loopholes in current labor laws that make it near impossible for workers to expose and fix pay discrimination." View it after the jump.
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