Income Comparison

Income Comparison - 5. Retail Sales 6. Nursing 7. 1 st line...

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Barriers for Upper-level Women 1. Isolation o Sex composition 2. Tokenism (Kanter) o Uniform group o Balanced o Tilted 15-35% o Skewed –test case Minority 15% or less Tokenism/luch exception Workplace Factors Sex Segregation Male, male jobs; female, female jobs. (Waitress, dishwasher) Most common male jobs of 2008: 1. Drivers/sales –trade 2. 1 st line super/manager –retail 3. Retail sales 4. Labors 5. Carpenters 6. Janitors 7. Managers/ all others 8. Construction laborers 9. Sales rep. –manufacturer 10. 1 st line super
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Most common female jobs: 1. Secretaries/ Admin 2. Registered nurses 3. Cashiers 4. Teachers (Elementary, Middle)
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Unformatted text preview: 5. Retail Sales 6. Nursing 7. 1 st line super/ office managers 8. Waitress 9. Book keeping/ Accounting 10. Customer Service Rep. *Glass escalator Median Annual Income Education High School Some College Associate Bachelor Masters Pro. Doctor Men 35,725 41,895 44,404 57,220 71,530 100,000 87,000 Women 26,029 30,816 33,481 41,681 51,316 75,000 68,800 2006 White Men 47,814 72% Women 35,151 Black Men 34,480 63% Women 30,398 Hispanic Men 27,490 51% Women 24,738 All Men 42,210 77% Women 32,649 Becker Human Capital Theory...
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