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                    BPW: The voice of working Women


April 2nd each year is the date that the average woman in the United States finally earns the same amount of pay that her male counterpart earned in the previous calendar year. Unhappy Hour is observed to bring awareness to this startling statistic. According to data released by the U.S. Census Bureau in September 2018, the average woman makes just 80.5 cents for every dollar a man is paid, reflecting a gap that results in hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost wages over the course of a career. Median salaries of all full-time, year-round workers showed women earned an average of $41,977 compared to men’s $52,146 in 2017.

BPW organizations across the United States host what is known as "UNhappy Hour" in protest of the inequities between men and women in business and in the professions. BPW/North held its observance at Stonewood Grill & Tavern in Sarasota. Members wore the color RED in observance.

BPW/North Sarasota celebrated Unhappy Hour at Stonewood Grill on March 31, 2021.