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Despite decades of progress, women and men still do not fare the same in the workforce. For example, women still make only around 77 cents for every dollar earned by men. But in some places, the gender gap in the workplace is particularly glaring. According to a U.S. News analysis, these are the 10 metropolitan areas in which men and women are the least equal in the workforce, as measured by employment figures, representation across industries, educational attainment, and median earnings. Each metro area received a ranking ranging from 0 to 25 in each of these areas, with a potential cumulative score of 0 (most equal) to 100 (least equal). Totals may not add up perfectly due to rounding.