These days, the wealth management industry is all about women—both women investors and advisors. And yet women advisors still don't make as much as men. The financial advisor profession has the second highest wage gap between men and women, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics data compiled by the Center for American Progress. In fact, women only make 61.3 percent of what men make. Their median weekly earnings are $941, compared to $1,535 for men. Here's how the field stacks up to other professions.
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, “Highlights of Women’s Earnings in 2011,” compiled by the Center for American Progress