Women working in the federal government are no longer victims of overt discrimination but are still paid less than men in similar jobs and are less likely to become supervisors, a new report says. “The vision of a workforce in which women are fully represented and utilized has not been wholly achieved,” concluded the report, released this week by the U.S.

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