The Wyoming Gender Gap The state has the largest wage gap between men and women in the whole country. Why? Gas and uranium-industry jobs are quite sex-stereotyped, a sociologist explains.
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The Wyoming Gender Gap

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The Wyoming Gender Gap

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The state of Wyoming has the largest wage gap between men and women in the whole country. Madeleine Brand talks with Dr. Catherine Connolly, a professor of women's studies and sociology at the University of Wyoming, about why. Gas and uranium-industry jobs are quite sex-stereotyped, she says.