So not only has the post-2000 era been a time of massive wealth transfer from bottom to top in the U.S., but the post-2009 'recovery' era has been a time of widening the professional gender gap.
From the National Women's Law Center:
The largest growing employment sector is in low-wage jobs, women are getting these jobs more than men, and even when they get the jobs at the bottom of the pay-scale, they are still making 10% less than their male counterparts.
And out of 111 job categories, only 3 showed women not earning less than their male counterparts. Three.
Great. I guess Drink O'Clock will start early today.