Equal Pay Day for ALL Women should be on December 31, but it's not. The average woman must work far into the next year to earn what the average man earns the previous year. 


EQUAL PAY DAYS 2018

Dates are based on 2016 U.S. Census data on median earnings for full-time, year-round workers. Because they are observances, adjustments may have been made to avoid weekends and holidays. Equal pay figures for the latter Equal Pay Day dates may be updated in September 2017 after the 2016 Income, Poverty and Health Insurance Coverage and Supplemental Poverty Measure Report is released.

Women compared to men: April 10, 2018 -- $.80 (cents)

wage gap by demographic

Women of Color as compared to White, non-Hispanic Men:

Asian-American Women: February 22, 2018* -- $.87 (cents)

White Women: April 17, 2018 -- $.79 (cents)

African-American/Black Women: August 7, 2018 -- $.63 (cents)

Native American Women: September 27, 2018 -- $.57 (cents)

Latinas: November 1, 2018 -- $.54 (cents)

Do you support Equal Pay, but missed Equal Pay Day? It's not too late! Show your support by downloading a photo of yourself holding a state-specific sign -- “Another [INSERT State]ian for Equal Pay” -- and share it on social media using #EqualPay2Day.

Do you support Equal Pay, but missed Equal Pay Day? It's not too late! Show your support by downloading a photo of yourself holding a state-specific sign -- “Another [INSERT State]ian for Equal Pay” -- and share it on social media using #EqualPay2Day.