In 147 out of 150 major U.S. cities, women with no husband and no children make more money than men in the 22-30 age group, according U.S. Census data from 2008 featured in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
At the top of that list is Atlanta, where females ages 22-30 make a median income of 21 percent more than males, the AJC says. Women remain behind in the national median, but they are catching up to men, the newspaper adds.
I think this is great. I believe that people should be hired and paid based on their skills, not their race, sex, etc.
But I am but one opinion and want to know what you think.