CULTUREMAP - A new report from Abodo explores the gender wage gap in the U.S., confirming that Texas women earn less than men, which mirrors the rest of the nation.

The apartment listing website reviewed five-year estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2015 American Community Survey to determine the wage gap in the 100 largest metro areas. The site then ranked the metros, with No. 1 having the smallest wage gap.

Nationally, the median annual income for men is $49,828. For women, it's $39,315. That means women earn 78.9 cents to a man's dollar.

Texas' five largest metros fare better than the national average, but just barely. San Antonio-New Braunfels has the smallest wage gap in Texas and ranks No. 22 in the U.S. Men take home $43,035, and women take home 82.5 percent of that, or $35,514.

Austin-Round Rock ranks No. 31 among metros analyzed. Men earn a median annual income of $50,902, while women earn $41,592, or 81.7 percent.

Dallas-Fort Worth ranks No. 27 nationally. DFW women earn 82.3 percent of what men do; men make $49,879, while women make $41,075.

The Texas cities with the largest wage gaps are El Paso, No. 51, at 79.8 percent ($36,594 versus $29,189), and Houston, No. 53, at 79.7 percent ($50,825 versus $40,511).

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