Ok, so we know that, in the U.S., full-time female workers make about 85 cents for every dollar made by full-time male workers. But how does the U.S. compare to other countries? This graph, sent in by Katrin from the OECD Fact Blog, shows that we do better than some, but worse than most developed countries:
We do as badly as Switzerland, Finland, and Portugal. We do better than the U.K., Canada, Germany and, especially, Japan and Korea. But we do significantly worse than 13 other countries… with Belgium, New Zealand, and Poland leading the way with the smallest wage gap (at 10% or smaller).