Women have made huge strides in the workplace but still are falling short when it comes to pay.
New data from the Labor Department reveals that in 2012, women made only 81 percent as much as male workers, on average. Women made less than men in all but two occupations, according to the available data.
The gender pay gap actually widened last year (women made 82 percent as much as men in 2011) and now has returned to 2005 levels, according to the Labor Department.
The latest push to end the gender wage gap is coming from President Barack Obama, who on Tuesday night made another push in support of a bill that would seek to ensure paycheck fairness.
Check out the jobs with the widest gender pay gaps, according to the Labor Department:
(Hat tip: Planet Money.)