"Even at the top of Wall Street, women make less" - Fortune Finance

Last year, top male executives at the nation's largest banks were paid almost $800 million more than the women. 

In finance, the pay gap between men and women goes all the way up to the C-suite.

Last year, the highest-ranking women executives working at the U.S.'s largest banks were paid an average of $5.6 million, including salary, bonuses, and deferred stock options. That's a lot, but it's just 78% of what male bank executives made, who received an average $7.2 million.

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