Our report on women and girls in Oregon, Count Her In, will be complete soon. We can't wait to show it to you on September 21, the official report release date. For Report Release events click here!
In Oregon, female full-time workers make 21% less than men, or 79 cents for every dollar.
Forty-one percent of female-headed families with children are in poverty.
At some point in her life, one in four women is abused by an intimate partner.
One-third of Oregon’s single working mothers and their children live below the poverty line.
More than 27% of Oregon’s female population are victims of rape at least once in their lives.
44% of Oregon households receiving federal food assistance are headed by women.