The New York Times has a comprehensive graph that shows the wage gap between men and women.
It breaks wages down by profession so you can see how the earnings of men and women compare in various fields. You can scroll on each point in the graph to see the exact percentage of the wage gap.
Women make more than men in certain professions like as special education teachers where they make 3% more, or as postal service workers where they make 4% more, or as data entry keyers, where they make 1% more than men.
The only profession where men and women make equal amounts is as ticket agents and travel clerks.
It is interesting to note the professions where the wage gap is largest: as physicians and surgeons, women make 40% less than men. As financial managers, women make 37% less than men. As medical scientists, women make 35% less than men. In law, women make 22% less than men.