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Ever since the beginning of time, Men have always been perceived as superior to men and society nowadays continues to treat women even in the workplace, The glass ceiling however is mostly used to describe the limitations imposed on qualified women in the workplace. Woman who is graduated from bachelor degree has less chance to apply the work due to the gender. It has conducted me the question about gender inequality at workplace is still in the society. B.The purpose of this paper is to show that women nowadays are afforded more opportunities than in the past and the role of women in the workplace. 1.
Women are also deprived of basic human needs like health care, education, and entertainment. Afghanistan under the rule of the Taliban produced one of the worst human rights records in the world. They were involved in the 9/11 terrorist attack in the U.S. which triggered the war in Afghanistan. The war in Afghanistan has costed both the U.S. and Afghanistan billions of dollars and thousands of lives. If the war goes on, more lives of troops and civilians will be lost, and if the Taliban win the war, they will resume their oppressive rein in Afghanistan.
Furthermore, gender pay gap is till often happens in many countries or companies. For instance, even though women have higher education rates and work more than men in the same profession they still get paid less in U.S.(Rainbo Organization) In reality, males always have the first opportunity to get promotion than female. Survey data show that around 54% of respondents said that job opportunities were generally worse for women. (Witherspoon 1988) Overall, women can’t easily get the same treatment as men even they contribute more than
Broad and S. Fleming, Nella Last’s War (Sphere edn. 1983) • Royal Commission of Equal Pay, Report, CMD 6957 (HMSO 1940) Fighting for their Rights: • Hester Eisenstein, Gender Shock: Practicing Feminism on Two Continents (Boston: Beacon Press, 1991) • Anne Summers, “Feminism on Two Continents: The Women’s Movement in Australia and the United States,”, Melbourne 1994 • Ellen Carol DuBois. Harriot Stanton Blatch and the Winning of Woman Suffrage. New Haven 1997 • Cheryl R. Jorgensen-Earp. “The Transfiguring Sword”: The Just War of the Women’s Social and Political Union Each of the four secondary sources provided with valuable overviews of the social and political changes revolving around women during this time period.
What men did not know however was that women were capable of so much more(Jewell, Hannah). Now women are lawyers, engineers, mechanics, computer programmers, and other jobs that have been primarily male dominated for years. Although sexism has been a key problem in the working industry, as evidenced by putting women in lower paying jobs, women today are putting an end by joining the women's movement pushing this issue into the mainstream media and increasing the worlds awareness on an issue that has been around for centuries. Although there were no movements specifically for women's rights to work there were movements for women's rights as a whole. As history tells, men did not believe women had the
Lehrer, E. (2016). Rethinking Sex-Offender REgistries. Retrieved March 6, 2018, from National Affairs: https://www.nationalaffairs.com/publications/detail/rethinking-sex-offender-registries Scholle, A. D. (2000, July). Sex Offender Registration. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin; Washington, 69(7),
This piece of evidence is very important because when calculating for the wage gap unemployment is also taken into factor and there is a big gender employment gap with more women not in jobs. This means women will be earning less money when averaged with men because more men have jobs. Many women are out of work for many reasons such as family matters and still in a patriarchal society today men are seen as the “breadwinners” of families however, society is ever changing. Besides unemployment another major factor that goes into the so called wage gap are women's choices in jobs as well as the responsibilities many women are felt they need to take on as well as a career. In a paper by Watson (2017) the author states “Primarily, women are more likely to take time off work for childcare, leading to less experience and fewer opportunities for career growth later in life.
Even though now women are able to join the workforce, they are still getting paid less than men. Despite America’s status as a civilized country, the degradation persists in too many ways. Most women are mistreated and taken advantage of because of how society portrays them as submissive and weak. However, women are far stronger than men thought to believe. Since the beginning, women’s ‘ jobs’ were to clean the house and to provide their husbands every need.