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The earnings of women are well below that of men in spite of

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The earnings of women are well below that of men in spite of educational
differences that are diminishing
between the sexes.

A well below that of men in spite of educational differences that are diminishing
B much below that Of men's despite educational differences diminishing
C much below men in spite of diminishing educational differences
D well below those of men in spite of diminishing educational differences
E below men's despite their educational differences hat are diminishing
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D also.
"Earnings well below" is more idiomatic than "earnings much below"
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D - the explanation would be in addition to what Paul writes- well below THOSE instead of THAT since earnings is a plural.
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