Pessimism about their earning potential could be preventing women from pushing for higher wages or a promotion, according to a new study. In turn, this could be helping to sustain the gender pay gap. The study found that women tend to underestimate their earning prospects, while men often do the opposite, and researchers say it could help to explain why women are more often satisfied at work than men despite unequal pay.

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