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INFOGRAPHIC: Key West’s Glass Ceiling

Few women have broken through the wage disparity with men.

Have you ever wondered what wages and earnings are like in Key West?  What do men and women earn in their various professions?

Key West Travel Guide took a look at the recent census data and compiled the data into an infographic.

The results of our research were so interesting we thought we’d share what we learned with you.

There are a few occupations where women earn more than men, including:

  • Education, legal, community service, arts, & media
  • Food preperation and serving
  • Personal care and service
  • Transportation (though the data in this category seems too anomalous to be valid)

And when it comes to education level attained, only women with a graduate or professional degree earn more than their male counterparts.

Infographic showing wages in Key West, comparing men and women
Infographic showing wages in Key West, comparing men and women (click image for larger version)
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