Only four other metropolitan areas in the United States have bigger gender-based wage gaps than St. Louis.
That's according to rankings out from the National Partnership for Women & Families.
Here's how wages between men and women in the "top 5" metropolitan areas in the rankings shake out:
1. Seattle: $0.27 wage gap
2. Pittsburgh: $0.27 wage gap
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