fem2 - November 5, 2009 1963Equal pay act 2007Wage gap...

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November 5, 2009 1963—Equal pay act 2007—Wage gap between men and women greatest the older you are Age 21-29 90 cents to every $1 men make; Recruiters cant pay grad men more than grad women 30-44 (mid career) 75 cents to every $1 men make 45-64 60 cents for every $1 =glass ceiling/biases about women’s labor last 2 years wages of women rose 3.2%’mens ages only rose by 2% men’s wages who dropped most were men of color (thru unemployment/layoffs) women generally did not experience decline, women of color not affected like men of color difference in the avg wage of men and women by $200 a week average per week women=$657; mean=$812 major civil rights packages 1964 Title VII 1972 Title IX 1964 TITLE viii ~at least 1960s Unlawful for employers, labor unions, employment companies to discriminate against based on race, color, gender, relogion, national origin 1 st proposed 1960-1964 gender not in that list biggest lobby came from south LBJ became president—southern credentials put forward civil rights act
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