April 2, 2019, marks the day that many women in the U.S. workforce will have to work to in order to earn the same as men did in 2018, according to the National Committee on Pay Equity. Essentially, many women must work 15 months to earn what men did in 12 (many women of color still have months to go).
Do people across America believe enough is being done to promote equal pay, and how do their views compare to those of employers? TSheets by QuickBooks surveyed 16,679 adults and 1,067 business owners throughout the U.S. to find out.*