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Business Latest: Millennial women still see pay gap, other sexism at work

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YOUNG WORKING WOMEN STILL SEE PAY GAP, OTHER SEXISM AT WORK: “The Feminine Mystique” may have been replaced by “Lean In,” but for millennial women at work, many of the problems raised by Betty Friedan remain. Most millennial women think men generally earn more than women for same work, and that more change is needed for men and women to achieve equality at work, a new Pew Research Center study finds. The report released Wednesday found that young women earn nearly as much as men of the same age, but history shows that pay gap could well widen over time. Read more

GUESS WHICH STUDENTS HAVE THE HIGHEST DEBT: Lower middle income students carry more student loan debt, on average, than students in any other economic group, according to a forthcoming study. Read more

UNEMPLOYMENT BENNIES: The clock is ticking for the long term unemployed. Millions will be cut from any unemployment benefits unless Congress renews the federal program to extend funds by Christmas. A renewal is likely part of a bigger budget deal and even then, benefits and their length could be slashed.  Analysts say the cost to the economy and the number of jobs lost would be huge. Read more

STOCKS END NEAR LOWS AFTER BUDGET DEAL; S&P FALLS FLOW 1800 Read more

Jansing & Co. , 12/11/13, 11:30 AM ET

Young women closing gender pay gap

A new study finds that women under 35 earn $0.93 for every dollar men made in 2012. Momsrising Exec. Dir. Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner joins Chris Jansing to discuss.

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Business Latest: Millennial women still see pay gap, other sexism at work

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