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    • FEMINIZATION OF POVERTY
      • 2/3 of those who are poor are female.
      • Women are responsible for 2/3 of all working hours in the world.
      • Women receive 10% of the world’s income.
      • Women own <1% of the world’s property.
      • White Family Income $45,572
      • Hispanic Family Income $32,997
      • Black Family Income $29,689
      • White Female Head - of- Household Income $19,547
      • Hispanic Female Head - of- Household Income $9,805
      • Black Female Head - of - Household Income $11,414
      • White, Male HOH 5.8% are poor
      • White, Female HOH 30.6% are poor
      • Black, Male HOH 12.5% are poor
      • Black, Female HOH 53.8% are poor
      • Hispanic, Male HOH 16.7% are poor
      • Hispanic, Female HOH 52.9% are poor
      • Female HOH 34% are poor
      • Married Couples 6.5% are poor
      • Male HOH 7% are poor
      • In the first year after divorce, a male’s standard - of - living increases 42% while a female’s decreases 73%.
      • In 1939, American working women earned .63 for every $1.00 earned by a man. Today this is .75 for every $1.00.
      • Professional women earn .61 for every $1.00 earned by men.
      • Average income of female with college degree = Average income of male with high school diploma
      • 52% of female college grads earn <$20,000/year
      • 25% of male college grads earn <$20,000/year.
      • 12% of Female college grads earn >$30,000/year
      • 41% of Male college grads earn >$30,000/year
      • Each year of job experience adds .07 to Female income and .24 to male income.
      • Among the 500 largest companies in the US, 98% of the senior managers are white males. The top 1000 companies have a grand total of 14 Female CEOs
      • As of 2006, 1,884 people have been US Senators.
      • 33 have been woman.
      • As of 2006, 9,000 people have served as US Representatives.
      • 229 were women.
      • Median Income for Males $33,459
      • Median Income for Females $22,472
      • A white male with a college degree earns an avg. of $66,000/year
      • Hispanic college educated men earn an avg. of $49,000
      • Black college educated men earn an avg. of $45,500
      • Black college educated women earn an avg. of $41,000 (they are more likely to work 2 jobs or work more overtime)
      • Hispanic college educated women earn an avg. of $37,500
      • A white female with a college degree earns an avg. of $37,000
      • Overall, a man with a college degree earns $63,000 compared to a woman with $38,000
      • Regardless of race or gender, a person with a college degree earns a yearly avg. of $51,000. Those with a high school diploma earn $28,000.
      • 40% of children who live with a female head-of household live in poverty compared to 9% who live with a married couple