I have read several conflicting documents as of late in reference to the subject of this thread. I'm looking for more info on this especially any links to legitimate studies that were done.
I'm sure everyone will admit that the average woman makes less than the average man due to the job choices. There are far more men in the technical field than women, so this is an example of why men on average get paid more on average. What I am looking for is information on people in the same position with the same experience being paid differently. I have seen people claim that women still make a lot less even in the same positions, but these people who claim this have not backed it up with any sort of statistics other than just general statistics like "women in the medical field make less than men in the medical field". Well duh, more men are doctors and more women are nurses. Of course.
For this question I do not want opinions on the matter. I want research and links. I'm not saying you need to research it, I'm trying to see if anyone has legitimate studies I can reference about this.
Again my question is When all factors are even (experience, education, position, etc) do women make less money than men?
*No this isn't for any sort of assignment. This is simply my curiosity*