HomeNewsAIGA Design Census 2016: Investigating Design’s Gender Pay Gap With thoughts from Debbie Millman, Je…

AIGA Design Census 2016: Investigating Design’s Gender Pay Gap With thoughts from Debbie Millman, Je…



medium bookmark / Raindrop.io | British Designer & In-House Design Lead based in Newport Beach, CA. President, AIGA Orange County. Aug 8 [Note C] Introduction The gender pay gap is neither conspiracy nor secret. The latest statistics from the US Census Bureau observe that in 2015, women in the U.S. earned 80% of what men earned. Although some reporting has explored the social factors that might contribute to the gap, the reality is that bias and discrimination play a significant role. But how prevalent is this gap within the Design