Few occupations in San Francisco have as large a gender pay gap as the legal industry, the civic data analytics company LiveStories reported this week. And the inequality is growing.

Male median earnings for legal positions in San Francisco increased by almost $2,000 between 2010 and 2015, while female median earnings fell by $4,000 during that same period, according to the report. Women in the city’s legal workforce now make 68 cents for every dollar that men earn.

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