A survey by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York shows that recent female graduates earn more than their male counterparts in 29 fields, but that advantage disappears as they grow older.
A survey by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York shows that recent female graduates earn more than their male counterparts in 29 fields, but that advantage disappears as they grow older. File photo illustration The Kansas City Star
A survey by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York shows that recent female graduates earn more than their male counterparts in 29 fields, but that advantage disappears as they grow older. File photo illustration The Kansas City Star

Reverse wage gap: Pay for new female college graduates tops men in many fields

August 05, 2015 09:27 AM