Heatmaps showing different kinds of inequality, with code.
26% of wives earn more than their husbands.
The category is usually not useful for economic statistics, and should usually be dropped for data on specific groups when possible.
Making $.01 more than your spouse doesn't make you a 1950s breadwinner, or the "primary earner" of the family.
Married-couple families are doing pretty well at increased income inequality all by themselves.
If every country were a household, the world would be almost as unequal as Nigeria.
Growing inequality and changes in family structure make the job of reducing poverty more difficult, and more important.
Within education groups, more by gender than by race.
This hard-working statistic is as often abused and attacked by antifeminists as it is misused and misunderstood by those sympathetic to feminism. But it is good for one thing: information.
More primary-breadwinning (not the same as breadwinning).