Professional women with 20 to 29 years experience in electrotechnology and information-technology fields have higher median incomes than like-experienced men, the IEEE-USA Salary & Fringe Benefit Survey, 2001 Edition reveals.

Women with 20 to 24 years experience earned $100,037 per year from primary sources, while men made $98,500. Women with 25 to 29 years experience received $107,000, men $99,600.

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