Lower pay, more harassment: How work in America has failed women of color
Black and Hispanic women are paid less than white people for the same work.
And while Asian women are paid more than white women on aggregate, that differs if you break the number down depending on Asian ethnicities.
Black and Hispanic women are far more likely to work low-paying jobs.
Black and Hispanic women are particularly vulnerable to unpredictable schedules.
Women of color make up an abysmal 4% of corporate C-suites.
Women of color, particularly in the low-wage sector, are more vulnerable to sexual harassment and bullying at work.
Black women are more harshly evaluated than white workers and black men — and feel they are more likely to get passed up for promotions and better opportunities.
Black women get paid less money after graduating — and they have a harder time paying off their student loan debt.
Founders of color get less funding than white CEOs.
Asian-American women are passed up for senior-level roles more often than other ethnic groups.