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October 27, 1987| Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

The more things change, the less they change. At least that's the bottom line of a recent Screen Actors Guild job study. Report results appearing in Daily Variety on Monday claim that the average female SAG member earned 38% less than her average male counterpart did last year. The picture worsens for SAG members over 40, with female members in this category earning 46% less than their male peers. Overall, guild females averaged salaries of $7,684 last year compared to $12,433 for males. Still, SAG officials say women have made some progress, landing 2% more acting roles than five years ago.

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