#GAReads | There's a reason the highest-paid men in the US earn more than women — but it's not the pay gap

by World Economic Forum [CC BY-SA 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

by World Economic Forum [CC BY-SA 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

"There's a reason the highest-paid men in the US earn more than women — but it's not the pay gap":

"What we see currently is that women are represented in accordance with educational attainment when they get out of college," said Paul Hill, president of JSI. "They start falling behind in their representation in management occupations when controlling for educational attainment. This is a real issue that is not reflected by simple wage gap analysis."

Women are passed over for promotions at each step of the career ladder, Business Insider's Rachel Gillett reported.

Read Lauren Lyons Cole's full article at Business Insider here…