Bloomberg Law
May 25, 2022, 11:00 AM

Pay Gap in Supply Chains Widens Even as Younger Women See Gains

Brendan Murray
Brendan Murray
Bloomberg News

The gender pay gap in supply-chain professions widened last year, even as women under 40 earned higher salaries than their male counterparts, a new survey showed.

The median salary for women 20 to 29 years old was $75,000, compared with $71,000 for men of the same age range, according to the Association for Supply Chain Management’s 2022 survey released Wednesday. For workers in their 30s, women made $86,000 versus $85,656 for men, it showed.

For all age groups, the median salary divide was 6% higher for men, coming in four percentage points wider than the gap in the Chicago-based organization’s ...