Millennial men still make more money than their female counterparts.
BLS data shows that 20-24-year-old men make $38 more on average than females, and the gap more than doubles among 25-34-year-olds, with men making $119 more (a disparity we also see in our finance tracker survey
). Part of the reason could be that women are less likely to ask: while 60% of 21-37-year-old males negotiate for money, only 46% of women do. Their top reason for leaving money on the table? They didn’t feel comfortable asking