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For single and married women without children, the average difference in income in 2012 was 7—almost inconsequential compared to the almost ,000 difference between single and married mothers.
The differences for single and married men are also lower in the case of no children, but they are still fairly significant.
A few studies have found that workers engaged in non-standard work are more likely to be assigned to routine jobs and to receive less training and fewer promotions than others.
Consequently these workers earn less and are less likely to have health insurance and pension benefits than standard workers.
Although single dads earn more than single moms, but single parents, overall, earn less than married parents. More than 80 percent of moms with spouses are employed, but only 60 percent of single mothers are in full-time jobs -- perhaps due to the difficulty of managing children alone.
According to Pew, married mothers earned a median family income of ,000 in 2011, almost four times more than families led by a single mom.