As we enter yet another Women’s History Month, gender justice remains an elusive goal, with full-time women workers in the United States making just 78 cents  for every dollar their male counterparts bring in and women representing three-fifths 
When race is taken into account, the gulf is even more pronounced . Latina women bring in just 54 percent of what their white male counterparts make, and African-American women make 64 percent.
To mark Women’s History Month, the personal finance website WalletHub provided its own analysis  of the “best and worst” places in the United States for women to live. Evaluating all 50 states for “women’s economic and social well-being” and “women’s health care and safety,” the researchers concluded that Minnesota is the best place for women to live in the United States, followed by Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.