Dr. Shannon Wooden is featured in a WalletHub piece by Richie Bernardo about the best and worst states for women’s equality this year. In discussing policies that would help close the gender pay gap, she says:
I don’t think the gender gap is best understood in terms of salary discrimination. Rather, it’s lifestyle discrimination: lingering sexist ideologies and normalized attitudes that allow employers — and, often workers — to accept and perpetuate practices that result in a gender gap.
Read Dr. Wooden’s full remarks here.