The difference between what male and female college graduates earn is growing, with men making even more money than women now than they did more than a decade ago, according to a study out Thursday morning that looks at the average wages of young adults. In their first four years out of school, female college graduates make $17.88 an hour on average, while their male peers earn $20.87, according to the new report from the Economic Policy Institute, a progressive think tank. Put...


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