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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 $ .64 Gender Gap male $1.00 $ .56 Hispanic Women African American Women $ .77 female 15.6 MMen 13.6 MWomen 1 Million Men and Women in the Labor Force Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post. "The White House's Use of Data on the Gender Wage Gap." Women's Bureau. "Employment Status for Women and Men in 2005". The The Equal Pay Act of 1963 A federal statute which prevents discriminationin the payment of benefits or wages based on an individual's gender when women and men perform work involving similar skill sets, efforts, and job responsibilities. In 1979, women earned about 62% as much as men.In 2010, women earned 81% as much as men. In the 1970's, 1980's, and 2000's, 60% of women were working.In 2010, it has decreased to 46.7%and is not expected to go up. International Labor Organization: "Gender Inequality and Women in the Labor Force". Why? Job Choice: men and women choose fairly separate careers. The most popular jobs for men tend to pay higher than the most popular jobs for women. High paying, traditionally male dominated fields, like engineering and computer science, tend to be hostile places for women. The path away from those high-paying fields starts in school. Just 0.3% of girls arrive at college intent on majoring in computer science "Is it that women are choosing lower-paying professions or that our country values women's professions less?" Jillian Berman: "It's a Fact Women Get Paid Less Than Men. Stop Debating." A lot of women take breaks from working to have children. Harassment 54% of people have experienced some sort of workplace sexual harassment 79% of victims are women, 21% are men Most sexual harassment occurs at executive levels,followed by administrative staff Association of Women for Action and Research: Workplace Sexual Harassment
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