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There’s an old saying that goes, ‘a woman’s job is never done’.

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It seems like that sometimes. At home, at work, women are often pulled in several different directions from sun up to sun down. And whether they’re sick or tired or hungry, many women push through and work as hard, if not harder, than many men.

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But if that’s true, shouldn’t they be getting compensated the same as men??

Get ready to be ticked off, ladies. A study by the consumer website Business.org found that women in Michigan are making 22% less money than their male counterparts!

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The website said its study ranks states based on the percentage difference between women’s and men’s earnings for full-time, year-round workers.

Key findings from the study were that US women effectively stop getting paid on Oct. 29 due to a national pay gap of 18%. And that women don’t have a higher average salary than men in any US state.

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Read more and get the breakdown by state below!

Study: Women in Michigan are paid 22% less than men

Women in Michigan are making 22% less money than their male counterparts, according to a study from Business.org. The consumer website said its study ranks states based on the percentage difference between women's and men's earnings for full-time, year-round workers.