Today, April 2, is Equal Pay Day, marking the point in the year -- 13 weeks-plus! -- that women have had to work in 2019 in order to earn, on top of their 2018 salaries, what their male colleagues earned by Dec. 31.

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Now, a newly released study,The State of Wage Inequality in the Workplace, from job-match platform Hired, shows how far we have to go to bridge the gender pay gap. As the study's subtitle says, summarizing the findings: "Data reveals the wage gap is finally narrowing -- but we’re not there yet."

Hired's optional, self-reported survey came from responses filled out by 98,000 job-seekers using the company's services. The resulting salary data came out of a sample set of more than 420,000 interview requests and job offers, facilitated through Hired's marketplace of 10,000 participating companies.