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Women although very close to equality are not on the same level as other ethnic groups The women population in this country has been discriminated against for a long time They cannot achieve equality yet because of the obstacles that have been put in place by the world order Although the truth is coming into the light there are still issues that need to be taken care of Women are still not paid as much in the workplace they are not allowed to serve in the army at the same level as men and worse of all they are often beaten and treated like property While there has been significant improvement in womens status in America as a group they have not yet achieved total equality There are major obstacles remaining for womens access to full parity in America including work place pay military harassment and domestic abuse issues that remain deep-seated in American culture A primary concern in a capitalist country is working conditions and women in the work place remain underpaid even though great attention has been brought to this issue Often we think that this is not an issue and the world is a place were both sexs are treated equally however this is not so A place were this is very relevant is the office work place Women although now being put into higher positions still are not treated equally On average in 2010 women only made 77 cents to every dollar a man earned Women still make only three fourths of what men make even after the rise in equality over the past two decades Not to say that this has not gone up compared to the 59 cents per dollar in the 1970s yet men are still making a significant amount more then women Not to mention the unfair treatment given to them in the work place Twenty-five percent of female workers have experienced discrimination or unfair treatment
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