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My male coworker makes more than me even though I do more work. What can I do?

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My male coworker makes more than me even though I do more work. What can I do?

The Equal Pay Act requires equal pay for equal work. That means men and women doing equal work need to be paid the same. Equal work doesn’t mean that the two employees do the exact same job, but simply means that the two employees perform work of the same skill, and responsibility, and performed in the same or similar working conditions. Note that differences in pay based on education, training, and seniority systems are generally permitted under the law.

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