Do Men Make More than Women?

According to Warren Farrell in Exploiting the Gender Gap – New York Times women make less than men by choice.  According to Farrell, women choose to work fewer hours, travel less and occupy safer occupations.  Single, childless women make 177% of their childless male counterparts and "people who work 44 hours a week make, on average, more than twice the pay of someone working 34 hours a week."

More food for thought. 

P.S.  Take all his statistics with a grain of salt.  I don’t think he’s always comparing apples to apples.