The Importance Of Gender Inequality

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As early as the beginning of the 20th century, women have been fighting against the suppression of sexual inequality. The presence of female in the workforce has been growing steadily ever since, nowadays, women can be seen in almost every position in the office. Women have made great progress in the battle to claim equality at work, however, gender inequity still persists. As early as infancy, we learn to adjust to the specific gender roles, and as we grow, they become more obvious and most people accept this reality as social norms. Therefore, people should not only be made aware of the importance of gender impartiality but should also be made fully-acknowledged of it. Women, as well as men, should be treated equally at the workplace. The first problem is the discrepancy between the wage paid to female and male employees for doing the same job. The fact that workers should be paid equally for producing comparable products does not apply in the case of men and women. According to a survey carried out by the United States Census Bureau in 2015 on gender pay gap, for every dollar a man earns, woman only earns 79 cents for finishing the same task. This situation is an exiting problem in almost every industries. Take the case of the female movies star “ Jennifer Lawrence” for instance, Lawrence was paid a sufficiently less compared to her male co-star “ Bradley Cooper “ for screening on the movie “ American Hustle “. The money gap is not really the main problem but people
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