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Gender Diversity Its not just a mans world anymore Gender diversity plays a major role in who runs our society The roles of men and women vary greatly in the home and in the workplace Although the roles of women in the business world have developed greatly our society still has a long way to go before men and women will be considered equal in the workforce In homes women have been considered to be the homemakers and the men to be the providers If you look back to television shows that were created in the 50s or 60s you can compare the roles of women then to the roles of women now Women were portrayed as housewives and mothers They served the family and took care of the household chores Rarely a television show from that era would put a wife into the workforce and if they did it would be a job such as a secretary As times have changed the majority of men and women tend to meet somewhere in the middle Men in todays society have began to take on certain domestic duties in the household to enable them to play a larger role in the family In a recent study most men reported happy to share household responsibilities with their wives Women still however take on twice as many household chores than their husbands Morin 1 A new road was paved for women after the Industrial Revolution Few women worked outside of the home before the Revolution instead the womans job was considered to be taking care of the family and any household chores that needed to be done After the Industrial Revolution however the need for women in the workforce became dominant Women were needed for such skills as sewing tailoring and shoemaking Of course women were paid low wages and exposed to terrible conditions Ingraham 48-59 Women have slowly worked their way up the ladder
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