The entire engine of Silicon Valley, as well as the corporate business world in general, runs on the idea of meritocracy: if you do well and put in the work, you get rewarded. But a study conducted by Bloomberg, which tracks the performances of MBA graduates in the years after school, shows that even at the same educational level, women and underrepresented minorities miss out on tens of thousands of dollars per year than their male counterparts. The report shows that in 2015, white and Asian men made significantly more immediately post-MBA than their fellow black, Latino and Native American…

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