U.S. worker earnings - female to male ratio 1990-2018

This statistic shows the female to male earnings ratio in the U.S. from 1990 to 2018, based on earnings in 2018 CPI-U-RS adjusted dollars. The ratio in 2018 was at 81.6 percent, which indicates that a regular female worker earns about 82 percent of the amount a male employee in the same position would receive.

Female to male earnings ratio of workers in the U.S. from 1990 to 2018

YearEarnings ratio in percent
201881.6%
201781.7%
201680.5%
201579.6%
201478.6%
201378.3%
201276.5%
201177%
201076.9%
200977%
200877.1%
200777.8%
200676.9%
200577%
200476.6%
200375.5%
200276.6%
200176.3%
200073.7%
199972.3%
199873.2%
199774.2%
199673.8%
199571.4%
199472%
199371.5%
199270.8%
199169.9%
199071.6%
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Source

Release date

September 2019

Region

United States

Survey time period

1990 to 2018

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