If someone were to ask you how much money you make, what you would say? Would you tell them honestly? Would you lie? Or would you tell them to take a hike?
More and more, Americans are becoming comfortable talking honestly about how much they make. Millennial workers, those between the ages of 18 and 36, are much more willing to discuss salaries and wages openly than their older colleagues. And experts say that this is a positive trend, because the first step to tackling income inequality or unfair pay practices is better transparency into who makes what.
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