The gender pay gap starts with your college major
Excerpt: The gender pay gap in the United States starts early — with what you choose as your college major. Majors that tend to lead to higher-paying jobs are dominated by male college students and majors that feed into lower-paying jobs are dominated by women, Glassdoor found in a new report. "Because men and women systematically sort into different college majors, they experience different early career paths, which pay differently," Glassdoor chief economist Andrew Chamberlain and senior data analyst Jyotsna Jayaraman wrote in their report. "These pay differences in turn reveal themselves as major contributors to the well-documented gap between male and female pay in the labor market."