Tuesday marks Latinas' Equal Pay Day, which symbolizes how far into 2016 Hispanic women must work in order to earn what white men made in 2015.
If the current rate of progress in closing the gender wage gap continues, Latinas will not achieve equal pay until the year 2248, according to an analysis by the Institute for Women's Policy Research (IWPR).
Women overall will not achieve equal pay until 2059, though the "pace of change varies significantly by race and ethnicity," according to IWPR.
White women will see equal pay in 2056, while Black women will achieve equal pay in 2124.
"If we wait for the wage gap to close itself, Hispanic women will have to endure more than two more centuries of pay inequality," IWPR President Heidi Hartmann said in a statement. "That's certainly much too long to ask of them and the families who rely on their earnings to make ends meet."
"The good news," she added, "is that there are several policies that we know will help narrow the gap for Hispanic women. By improving the quality of lower wage jobs and expanding access to post-secondary education and better paying jobs, we can speed up progress for all women, and especially Hispanic women."