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In the days which the world just hit another century the 21st it is very dissapointing to know that people cannot freely chose their jobs and do not have same opprtunities with any other people just because of their gender Gender bias are one of the most common problems in the workplace It mostly effects women and men separately it can be said that it mostly effects women and their professional life together It puts women under pressure and even make them depressive and agressive Even though it seems like every story has two sides what is being done to women is completely inexplainable and unfair Description and Types of Gender Bias In respect to gender bias one may wonder What is gender bias anyway To answer the question it can be said that gender bias is any kind of activity that disturbs women and make them feel like that are not wanted or they are not welcomed to the bussiness Bias in dictionaries means tendency to be for or against something So gender bias can also be explained as the discrimination for or against a type of gender It includes job segregation gender stereotyping discrimination in hiring pay and promotions sexual harrasment and family issues DeVoe 1999 Job segragation is when women are given easier jobs or when they get hired only when market conditions force employers to hire women for example when men apply for jobs with higher salaries Maume 1999 p3 Women only get hired for some jobs because she is a woman regardless of her qualifications since some jobs are thought to be appropriate for women like nursing and some jobs are thought to be more appropriate for men generally jobs that requires more talent and that have give salaries This is basis of job segregation Gender stereotyping also effects important choices about who will get the job women or men Since
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