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Gender Inequality the Workplace Introduction The presence of women in the workforce has been growing steadily and now more than ever women can be felt in almost every aspect of the workplace Women however usually receive less pay are not promoted as quickly as men and are discriminated against in the workplace I am going to look into the inequalities of women in the general workforce and more specifically in journalism Womens numbers in journalism are growing but females still have a long way to go before they are considered equal to men Ever since journalism began men have dominated the field It used to be forbidden for women to attempt to enter journalism Now however discrimination against females in journalism has lessened but inequalities still exist As a female beginning her quest to become a journalist I must realistically look at who becomes successful and all aspects of what goes on in this line of work Women of minority and women in other countries often face even lager challenges trying to break into journalism than that of women who live in the United States and Canada I want to explore why it is easier for males to get into the field of journalism why they are more likely to be promoted faster and why they are paid better than their female counterparts The numbers of women in journalism are growing but females still have to face discrimination by their male colleagues Literature Review The number of women working has grown from 53 million in 1900 to 184 million in 1950 and to 63 million in 1997 In the United States 99 out of every 100 women will work for pay at some point in their lives but the pay usually is not equal to that of a man wages In 1996 women who worked full time year round earned 74 cents for every dollar earned by a man Over a lifetime of
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