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Gender Inequality in the Labor Force Will I or will I not be promoted Is there going to be an increase in my pay this year Do all of my male co-workers earn more money that I do These are just a few examples of concerns that run through a womans mind when dealing with inequality issues in the workforce Because of male dominance in the work force women do not have a fair chance of getting a high priority job or large promotion This paper will discuss the various impacts of these concerns on women job opportunities for women in the workplace and disadvantages and stereotypes that come with being a female in the labor force It will also discuss the treatment of women of all races the inequality level between men and women the wage gap and womens position in society The inequality levels between men and women in the labor force seem to be an ongoing battle There are too many men in the labor force that seem to be narrow minded and they are causing problems for women who are trying to succeed in the work force 2223 When you look back on the history of a womans position in society no matter what class you look at females have always been looked upon as second class citizens Women have always been given stereotypical working conditions of cooking cleaning childcare sewing and piecework Women have traditionally been given these jobs because there seems to be no separation between work and family for women 12 Some women are affected by inequality more than others some reasons for this include ethnicity race and the baggage in general that comes from being a female Some of the impacts of this inequality that women face and the ordeals that go on in order to fix the effects of past racial and sexual discrimination are equal pay for all employees equal employment opportunities
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