Women at Google make an average of $2,000 less per year than men on paper, but may be losing out on even more, David Neumark, a University of California, Irvine distinguished professor of economics, found in a study cited in the lawsuit. His calculations showed women at Google may be losing out on $17,000 a year because of discriminatory job classifications.

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