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Women’s Money Matters empowers women to improve their financial health. We asked women in their financial wellness programs what they would do with an extra 30% income, or $6,592 a year, accounting for the 30¢ average gender wage gap. 

The Boston Women’s Workforce Council (BWWC) leads a unique public-private partnership between the Boston Mayor and Greater Boston employers dedicated to eliminating gender and racial wage gaps. According to the BWWC’s 2021 Gender and Racial Wage Gap Measurement results, collected directly from employer payroll systems, the average gender wage gap in Greater Boston is 30¢.

Watch the video below to listen directly to how women’s lives would be drastically improved if the gender wage gap were to close.