A Time Of Revolution And A Reflection Of Modern America

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Michael Beien Professor K.Shumate English 205 09 Nov 2015 Women in the Workplace The 19th century was a time of revolution and a reflection of modern America. National Geographic claims that the 1980s was the decade the made us and changed our generations into what it is today. There was a major event about women inequality, salaries gap and job discrimination. These women gamed their employment right because they claimed them self to be citizen, and one of the right American citizen is to be able find job without any discrimination. It was decades ago when women were seen upon as slaves to the hard Working, man. In today 's society women are more respected and are acceptable for many jobs as men are. It almost changed the whole culture of the working environment all over the United Nation. A few years ago the number of workingwomen was very few and they were unwilling to work outside the house. People also used to think that the appropriate position of the women is inside the house, but now the understanding is changing. The performances of women in the workplace during 1980s was very important because by using their knowledge and their talent they made a huge advancement and change America culture. Through the transformations that these women achieved for gender equality, future goals were realized and the evolution towards total gender equality has become more evident today. However despite using their knowledge, facing many challenges, working hard and creating new
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