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The number of women with six-figure incomes is rising at a much faster pace than it is for men.
Nationwide, about one in 18 women working full-time earned $100,00 or more in 2009, a jump of 14 percent over two years, according to new census figures. In contrast, one in seven men made that much, up just 4 percent.
October 6, 2010; 6:57 PM ET
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