Apr 25, 2013 4:29 AM by Lacey Steele
While there's been great strides in equalizing compensation for both women and men, there are still wage gaps in some jobs today.
A new study from Career Builder and Economic Modeling Specialists reveals that on average men earn more than $68,000 annually compared to women who earn just over $44,000.
It appears women are still lagging behind men in leadership roles.
However, trends are pointing in a positive direction as more women pursue careers in specialized positions such as engineering, healthcare, sales, and information technology.