Gay Men Used To Earn Less Than Straight men; Now They Earn More

The Harvard Business Review reports that acceptance of LGBTQ people in all spheres of society – work, family, and community – has grown at a remarkable pace in the United States, and a recent study has found that not only has the gay male earnings penalty disappeared. It has turned into a 10% premium, meaning that gay men in recent years earned substantially more than straight men with similar education, experience, and job profiles.

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