Let’s start with the very bad news: in every state, women earn less than men. What’s more, the U.S. ranks 49th of 144 countries ranked by the World Economic Forum for gender equality. These statistics, highlighted in a recent report by WalletHub, paint a grim picture for the female workforce. But luckily it’s not all bad, the report shows.
To find where the best working conditions are for women, WalletHub compared 50 states “across 16 key indicators of gender equality,” according to the report, which looks at everything from