Equal Pays: Should Women Be Paid?

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Women work just as hard as men, if not harder, however they are valued as much less. The women’s pay gap has effected much more then just wages but has impact on employer-sponsored health and retirement benefits, training opportunities, flexible work arrangements, and paid family and sick leave. Pay gaps aren’t just an issue to the average American woman, but to some of the most well-known, respected athletes of this era. Women’s athletics, specifically women’s soccer, do not get paid as much as men for doing the same thing, however they should be paid equally. Every woman should be paid equal wages. Statistics show that caucasian women working full time typically get paid 79% of what their male coworkers receive. Technically that means that

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