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Womens Inequalities When you think of a CEO of a company or of world political leaders do you think of a man or of a woman Many if not most of us see these positions as being held by men In this essay I will explain why women are still not equal to men In the first paragraph I will discuss inequalities that happen in the workplace The second section will show the differences that occur within the athletic world Thirdly I will explain the differences in education and home life The United States still seems to be reluctant to grant true equality even though we are approaching the twenty-first century women are still not equal to men In the workplace women do not receive the same benefits that men do Some women do the same job for the same amount of hours and still do not receive the same pay for their work Is there a specific reason behind this No it is just one of the many inequalities that goes on the job As pointed out in the essay by Susan Faludi Blame it on Feminism women earn less The average womens paycheck is twenty percent less than their male counterparts Men with only high school educations make more than some women who have graduated college Most women are still working the traditional female jobs secretaries teachers and nurses for example Construction work engineering and doctors are considered out of our reach and mens jobs Women are very capable of doing these jobs but most times when applying for a mans job are not taken seriously American women are more likely not to receive health insurance and twice as likely not to draw pension then American men They face the biggest gender-biased pay gap in the world When you turn on the television to watch a sports game is it mens or womens More often than not it is a mens game
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