Why A Big Gender-Pay Gap Exists For Selling Clothes

You may have heard of a gender-pay gap in America, but here’s a statistic that’s really eye-opening: Workers at men’s apparel stores earn 56 percent more than employees at womenswear retailers. It’s a huge gap, and yet it can be explained in part by supply and demand -- and could even be a sign that worker pay will finally pick up more broadly across the U.S. Bloomberg reporters Katia Dmitrieva and Lindsey Rupp join Benchmark to discuss the topic with Scott Lanman of Bloomberg News and Daniel Moss of Bloomberg View.

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