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    pinpoint what students were struggling; the female students. Years later, educators began to look at, what they called the gender gap, yet again to see if female students were improving their performances within the classrooms. Female students were improving their performances with flying colors, yet the male students scores and results showed concerning data. The gender gap, between male and female students, within education is a debate that has been researched habitually over the years only to

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    Gender Wage Gap Awareness Tell a story here for context and interest We have all heard about the gender wage gap on the news or in the current debates, but why is it any concern to you? I understand that this issue might not apply to a college student; however, you need to be aware of this issue since it could affect your major and future profession. Surprisingly, this issue even applies to males. Some argue that women are facing a wage gap because they choose more flexible professions, lack

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    31 October 2013 The Gender Gap in the Business World Throughout history, gender inequality has shown to be an issue across the globe, especially in the workplace. Men have always had a greater and more powerful presence in careers of all kinds. Today, in the sports marketing industry, this proves to be true as women constantly battle to make advances within their companies and outshine their male colleagues. The purpose of this paper is to explore the issue of the “gender gap” in the business world

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    many people are now bringing up a pay gap between genders, there is something being over looked that proves there isn’t a pay gap, but something else. The Gender Income Gap is a supposed payment gap between men and women, stating that to every man’s dollar a woman only gets payed seventy cents. Statements like theses can grab people’s attention and get them to believe this without much proof of it actually existing. Most people get there information about the gap from surveys over all women and men

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    their political behavior as well as their thoughts on various issues. In political elections men and women tend to distinctly vote differently from one another, which has been called the gender gap. The gender gap refers to the different voting patterns of men and women in all modern elections. Although, the gap can reduce or expand at each election in response to the different candidates and the issues that they represent. In elections, the Republican Party receives the majority of votes from men

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    Gender Leadership Gap Catalyst (2012) indicated that corporate world data showed that women represented only 4% of chief executive officer positions within Fortune 500 companies; similarly, DeFrank-Cole et al. (2013) advised that the lack of progress for women is dumbfounding considering that for the last 25 years; women’s entrance into professional and managerial careers has been on par with their male colleagues. Relatedly, Barsh (2012) identified a disparity of gender representation in senior

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    Gender And Gender Pay Gap

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    Gender pay gaps have been a hot topic over the last several years. In my findings, I found three articles that stood out the most to me, as well as some statistical information. Gender pay gap is an interesting subject because it happens all across the United States, as well as in other countries worldwide. This pay gap can affect women of all ages, race, religion and educational levels. What is gender pay gap? The gender pay gap is defined as the difference between women and men’s full time average

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    Gender Wage Gap Australia

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    Introduction Since the late 19th century, women have been struggling with the issue of not receiving the same amount of pay as men. The gender wage gap was not seen as a major issue until the 1960s, however, and unfortunately, it is still a major issue in our world today. (cite source). In the early 1900’s, World War I caused many men to leave their families behind to fight for their country. As a result of this, women had to take the responsibility of the male roles in the workforce. Women were

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    It is 2017, and gender inequality is still very prominent, but in most cases, masked. Many people believe gender equality is a female issue, but gender inequality impacts both men and women, so as long as people have this misconception, gender equality can never be achieved. There are many forms of gender discrimination, but one of them is the lack of representation of women in certain jobs, specifically in leadership and technological positions. Back in 2016, Apple was publicly scrutinized for

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    11 July 2017 Gender Pay Gap in Technology In the past, men outnumbered the women workforce, but women have made large economic and educational progress during the past decades despite the gender pay gap. This was possible due to the 1963 Equal Pay Act and the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, which are designed to bring the gender wage and other discriminatory practices to an end. Organizations are failing to apply the law of the Equal Pay Act and for this reason the progress of gender pay equity is

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