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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Men vs WomenWorker's Rights 0.77 $ 1.00$ 1.00$ 0.59$ 1940s 2000s Compared to men, women earned59 cents on the dollar in 1940s. Slowly, their salaries have increased to an average of 77 cents on the dollar in 2015. On June 10, 1963, John F. Kennedy passed the Equal Pay Actwhich forced similar jobs and their positions to give similarlyequal pay to both men and women. Many years later, Barack Obamapassed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act in 2009 to help restore the salary gap between men and women. Even after these two Acts,the pay gap has barely budged,especially in the southern states.In 2013, women earned 91% of what men in D.C. made. However, women only earned 66%of what men in Louisiana earned. In 1920, the 19th Amendment was passed which granted all women in the U.S. the rightto vote. Once, this was passed, women alsobegan to protest for other priorities such as equal pay. $$$ Women usually are given lower positions that are less valued and given less pay compared tojobs held by men. 30% 90% 76% 93% Percentage of Men vs Women who hold jobs 2000s 1940s Women have drastically gained more job opportunities mostly because of an advance in education,work experince, and working hours (In Southern States) Ryan Maloney Women are 4x more likely to ask a female contact for a job because they have a better chance of receiving one. Men also do the same. Men receive a job 56% of the time when asking another man, but only 38% when asking a woman.
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