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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 double click to change this title text! Gender Pay Gap This means that over the course of a women's career, she can be deprived of between $700,000 and $2,000,000 This Wage Gap Is Even Present in Our Nation's Capital Women who work full time earn, on average, 77 cents for very dollar men earn The average male White House employee currently earns about $88,600, while the average female White House employee earns about $78,400 I make on average 9.9% less than the average man in D.C. Even though this wage gap seems large,it is less than that of the United States as a whole 1940s Now There was a substantial gender gap in college-going among those born between 1930 and 1940,which in this case favored males Women receive more college and graduate degrees than men do In 1940, roughly 0.325 percent of adult females had some college education by age 35 and roughly 0.4 percent of men had some college education by this age Typical Jobs for Men and Women Of the female graduates of a certain college class of 1934,one in every four found jobs inoffices as file clerks, typists, secretaries, and general help Additionally, teaching took 24%,sales work 10%, social work 9%,and miscellaneous 29% (this includes jobs that ranged from domestic to giving tennis lessons to acting as hostess in a restaurant) The graduates workedon average 5.5 yearsbefore marriage or childrenended their earning days On the other hand, men had jobs suchas business men, doctors, lawyers,teachers, engineers, scientists, artists,writers, musicians, government employees,ministers, farmers, and factory workers Average wage of male husband:a little more than $9,800Average wage for woman:$3,760 (for those who werenon-married and continued working),and $1,927(those who quit with marriage) Job opportunities for women included:Hotel Service and management, practical nursing,doctors' and dentists' assistants,interior decorating, janitor service, tailoringand dress making, household service, fur cuttingand making, millinery, and pattern drafting and grading Managers and senior officials: 3,008,523 vs. 1,581,207Professional Occupations: 2,154,509 vs.1,621,643Associate Professional and Technical: 2,123,110 vs. 2,178,908Administrative and Secretarial: 701,626 vs. 2,638,131Skilled Trades Occupations: 2,971,519 vs. 249,641Personal Service Occupations: 397,260 vs. 2,034,793 Number of men in certain profession vs. number of women If the gap in pay continues to at the same slow paceas its done the past fifty years, it will take until 2058for equal pay In some industries and occupations,like construction, there has been noprogression the gender integration in forty years
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