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The chart compares the weekly earnings of men and women in four different categories. Which category shows the largest earnings gap between men and women? A. some high school (no diploma) B.
high school graduate C. some college D. college graduate
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User: The chart compares the weekly earnings of men and women in four different categories. Which category shows the largest earnings gap between men and women? A. some high school (no diploma) B. high school graduate C. some college D. college graduate





Weegy: B. high school graduate
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