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Separate and unequal: Pay gap affects women, minorities, families
In Arizona, women fare slightly better than the national data, making 84 cents for every dollar a man is paid. That places the state at No. 11 for the smallest gender wage gap, according to a 2020 study by business.org.
States where teachers are paid the least
A Business.org analysis found that nationally, teachers make about $61,189, which is 6.7% less than the national average salary.
Florida had millions of jobs saved by PPP loans
Florida had 3.2 million jobs saved by the U.S. Small Business Administration's Paycheck Protection Program loans as of June 30, according to the most recent analysis from Salt Lake City, Utah-based Business.org.
Why do we pay so many people so little money?
The coronavirus pandemic is forcing America to confront its epidemic low-wage problem.
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Report: Only 5.7% of US businesses got PPP loans
Only 5.7 percent of U.S. businesses received the Paycheck Protection Program relief, according to a new report from business research website Business.org.
Washington Ranks Sixth Best State for Recent Grads Amid Covid-19
Business.org ranked Washington the sixth-best state for recent college graduates to start their careers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
'I'm working to survive, not to live.' Essential workers face pay gaps during the pandemic
Nationwide, essential employees earn an average of 18.2% less than employees in other industries, according to a report from consultancy business.org.
Essential Workers Struggled to Overcome Pay Gap Amid Pandemic
A new report from Business.org reveals that essential workers make far less than all other occupations.
The State of Women Entrepreneurs: Women's Small Business Month
Do you live in one of the best cities for a startup? Take a look at this report from Business.org to find out.
Ever wonder how much tech workers get paid in your town? This map might have the answer
Using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Business.org looked at 100 metro areas across the United States to rank average tech salaries.
These Are the Best 10 States for Entrepreneurs and Startups, and These 10 Are the Worst
Business.org studied all 50 states, as well as Washington, D.C., to see how startups are likely to fare, and here are the best states for new businesses based on its analysis.