According to a new study, Denver ranks fourth in the nation on a list of the best U.S. cities for working women.
Credit card review company MagnifyMoney said it used eight different criteria to come up with its ranking of cities, including women's unemployment rates, percentage of women-owned businesses, rate of women managers, wage gap between men and women, and rate of women with health insurance.
Washington, D.C. came out on top of the 50 U.S. cities that were rated and Detroit came out on the bottom. Following Washington, D.C. were Minneapolis, Sacramento, Denver and San Francisco.
Denver's wage gap between men and women (12.8 percent) was the fourth lowest in the country and well below the national average of 20.4 percent.
Read more at the Denver Business Journal: http://bit.ly/2FwdyRz