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Are women paid fairly?

Author: Jennifer Dorman
Publisher: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, ©2013.
Series: At issue., Social issues.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jennifer Dorman
ISBN: 9780737761535 0737761539 9780737761542 0737761547
OCLC Number: 783170446
Description: 98 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Don't get mad, get even / Ann Crittenden --
There is no male-female wage gap / Carrie Lukas --
Young women are increasingly paid more than young men / Gaby Hinsliff --
Men reap the benefits of highly paid wives / Petula Dvorak --
The wage gap is the result of discrimination / Mashaun D. Simon --
The wage gap is a result of women's choices / Christina Hoff Sommers --
Money is not more important for men than women / Soraya Chemaly --
Unions help women's wages / Sarah Standiford --
Unions hurt women's opportunities / Carrie Lukas --
Women's lower wages are compounded by dwindling social services / Rosa DeLauro, Heidi Hartmann --
Women executives earn less than their male counterparts / Jena McGregor --
Women CEOs may outearn male counterparts in some areas / Bianna Golodryga, Michael Murray --
CEOs with daughters pay women more / Kimberly Weisul --
CEOs with daughters will not solve the gender pay gap / G.V. Harquail --
Domestic work and childrearing can be financially quantified / Salary.com --
Women should not be financially compensated for child-rearing / Ruth Graham --
Global financial equality for women benefits everyone / Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Series Title: At issue., Social issues.
Responsibility: Jennifer Dorman, [editor].

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