Wage gap for African American female full-time employees 2013, by state

Wage gap between African American women and white, non-Hispanic men who both work full-time in the United States in 2013, by state (in U.S. dollars)

by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 30, 2014
Wage gap for African American female full-time employees 2013, by state The statistic above shows the average wages for African American women in the U.S. compared with white, non-Hispanic men, broken down for the 20 states with the largest number of African American women who work full time in 2013. In 2013, the median wage for African American women in Louisiana amounted to about 26 thousand U.S. dollars per year. White, non-Hispanic men's earnings stood at about 53 thousand U.S. dollars.
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Wage gap between African American women and white, non-Hispanic men who both work full-time in the United States in 2013, by state (in U.S. dollars)

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Median wages for African American womenMedian wages for white, non-Hispanic men
Louisiana26,03053,334
Mississippi24,93045,807
Alabama27,87649,653
South Carolina27,10347,917
New Jersey42,10972,251
Virginia35,39860,222
Texas33,84857,406
Florida30,21748,864
Georgia32,21351,894
California43,39568,464
North Carolina30,54547,603
Ohio32,00949,069
Illinois38,04658,146
New York40,27760,509
Indiana31,99047,604
Michigan34,74051,623
Pennsylvania34,77451,047
Missouri31,30445,739
Tennessee30,86745,087
Maryland47,11167,657
Median wages for African American womenMedian wages for white, non-Hispanic men
Louisiana26,03053,334
Mississippi24,93045,807
Alabama27,87649,653
South Carolina27,10347,917
New Jersey42,10972,251
Virginia35,39860,222
Texas33,84857,406
Florida30,21748,864
Georgia32,21351,894
California43,39568,464
North Carolina30,54547,603
Ohio32,00949,069
Illinois38,04658,146
New York40,27760,509
Indiana31,99047,604
Michigan34,74051,623
Pennsylvania34,77451,047
Missouri31,30445,739
Tennessee30,86745,087
Maryland47,11167,657
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 30, 2014
The statistic above shows the average wages for African American women in the U.S. compared with white, non-Hispanic men, broken down for the 20 states with the largest number of African American women who work full time in 2013. In 2013, the median wage for African American women in Louisiana amounted to about 26 thousand U.S. dollars per year. White, non-Hispanic men's earnings stood at about 53 thousand U.S. dollars.
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