Gender-Wage Gap = Gender-Hours Gap
According to the Labor Department, almost 55% of workers logging more than 35 hours a week are men. In 2007, 25% of men working full-time jobs had workweeks of 41 or more hours, compared with 14% of female full-time workers. In other words, the famous gender-wage gap is to a considerable degree a gender-hours gap."
MP: When comparing wages between two groups, there's always that inconvenient, pesky "ceteris paribus" condition to consider, e.g. hours worked. The gender activists always seem to want to go directly to "any disparity-proves-discrimination" dogma, without the inconvenience of having to control for all of the relevant variables that explain differences in wages.