By Olivia Miltner
April 22, 2014
The gender pay gap in Ohio’s governmental jobs has increased dramatically under Gov. John Kasich’s administration. Photo from Getty Images
Female equality in the workforce has taken a step back, according a report by the Dayton Daily News that showed the wage gap in governmental positions has increased to nearly $10 an hour.
The study found that women working for four of the five statewide elected officials’ offices made, on average, $9.81 an hour less than men. Under former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland, the wage gap was $3.99, and, when considering all state employees, the wage gap “most recently was 86 cents an hour,” according to an article by the Associated Press.
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