Gender In The Workplace

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America, the land of the free and “white picket” fences may seem like it is a fair and perfect society on the outside, but as a person digs deeper they start to discover things that they did not know before and it changes their perspective for the red, white and blue forever. One of the most heated arguments in America is the statistics on the payroll for men and women and how people stereotype gender in the workplace. Another, sensitive and heated debate is on immigrants and how sometimes they come into the country and hurt America and take jobs and benefits from native people. Finally, the controversy that 's been going on for decades which is gun laws and how guns only lead to heartbreak and how there needs to be an reform. America is not…show more content…
Most Immigrants are just dead weight when it comes to them contributing to society. Alan Gomez is a writer who works for USA today and he states in his article “More than half of immigrants on welfare” “About 51% of immigrant-led households receive at least one kind of welfare benefit, including Medicaid, food stamps, school lunches and housing assistance, compared with 30% for native-led households, according to the Center for Immigration Studies, a group that advocates for lower levels of immigration” (Gomez). What 's the point of bringing people over here that are just going to suck off the Government, It helps the economy in no way shape or form. Gomez goes on to say “Those numbers increase for households with children: 76% of immigrant-led households receive welfare, compared with 52% for the native-born.” Once again even with kids that are very costly immigrants have things like welfare way more than a native born citizen which is more taxpayers money which could be going to native born children. Most immigrants are not highly educated so they just take jobs that don 't require education which Americans can have. “What it represents is a system that allows a lot of less-educated immigrants to settle in the country, who then earn modest…show more content…
Some people have given up on this issue because throughout all the protest nothing has drastically been done about gun laws. Megan Brennan a writer of the Washington post said in an article tilitied "Support for Stricter Gun Laws Edges Up in U.S” “The public 's overall desire for stricter gun laws has fluctuated substantially since Gallup 's first measure in 1990. That year, a record-high 78% favored stricter laws covering the sale of firearms. A majority of Americans held that position until 2008. Support then fell to a low of 43% in 2011, when an equal number said gun laws should be kept as is. These statics are saying that people are starting not to care as much about gun laws which is not heartbreaking. Mya Roden of Time Magazine said in an article called “Gun-Related Deaths in America Keep Going Up” that In 2016, there were more than 38,000 gun-related deaths in the U.S. — 4,000 more than 2015, the new CDC report on preliminary mortality data shows.” These bone chilling statistics are stating that gun violence is going up but the cause is going down. However, gun violence also includes suicide as Time Magazines Brennan goes on to say that more than two-thirds of these deaths were suicides. So, if all guns were prohibited, some 20,000 people would have to find other ways to kill themselves.” This is saying that without guns it will mw much harder for an sucisaical

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