Should women be paid the same wages as men in the workplace? 3 pages plus work cited.
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Discrimination in the pay offered to males and females has been a consistent issue since the past. Though the gap has reduced over the past years, there is a difference which still exists between the wages paid to men and women. As per Weissmann (2012), inequity amongst wages has existed since a long time. In the 1950s, the females were paid 60% of the amount that was given to men for similar jobs. Since the 1980s, there has been some narrowing of this gap. In the 1990s, females were paid 72% of what males are paid for similar jobs and this proportion increased to 73% in 2000. In 2012, it was observed that an average female was paid 77% of what the males were paid for similar jobs. Though the rate at which...
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