On average, a woman makes only 82 cents to every dollar a man earns in the United States.  (The wage gap is much larger for African-American and Latino women.)  However, there are some jobs out there that financially favor women.  

Here are 10, according to a new study from Glassdoor:

1. Architecture:  Women make 14% more than men.  Average female salary within five years: $57,000.  Average male salary within five years: $50,000.

2. Music:  Women make 10.1% more than men.  Average female salary within five years: $44,020.  Average male salary within five years: $40,000.  

3. Social work:  Women make 8.4% more than men.  Average female salary within five years: $40,640.  Average male salary within five years: $37,500.  

4. Advertising:  Women make 8.1% more than men.  Average female salary within five years: $46,500.  Average male salary within five years: $43,020.  

5. Environmental science:  Women make 6.8% more than men.  Average female salary within five years: $47,000.  Average male salary within five years: $44,000.  

6. Chemical engineering:  Women make 5.4% more than men.  Average female salary within five years: $63,770.  Average male salary within five years: $60,480.  

7. Kinesiology:  Women make 4.9% more than men.  Average female salary within five years: $43,000.  Average male salary within five years: $41,000.  

8. Mechanical engineering:  Women make 3% more than men.  Average female salary within five years: $68,000.  Average male salary within five years: $66,040.  

9. Sports management:  Women make 1.6% more than men.  Average female salary within five years: $42,672.  Average male salary within five years: $42,000.  

10. Anthropology:  Women make 1.5% more than men.  Average female salary within five years: $41,250.  Average male salary within five years: $40,640.


Source:  Vogue