Gender Pay Thesis

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The so-called gender pay gap, which has been debunked many times, is still one of the most talked about feminist topics. Feminists still believe that women earn only 78 cents for every dollar a man makes. This is simply not true. There are several factors which affect men and women’s salaries, and hourly pay isn’t one of them. Statistically, women are far more likely to work part-time, with one in seven men working part-time, compared to three in seven for women. In addition to that, full- time workers earn extra per hour than part-time workers. Full-time workers wages’ are, on average, 32% greater than those of part-time workers. Additionally, men tend to work in higher-paying jobs, such as banking, whereas women tend to work in lower paying

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