gender inequality - Lauren Gurican Soc 101 10am Exam 3...

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Lauren Gurican Soc 101 10am Exam 3 Gender Inequality in the Workplace There are many ways in which women have been discriminated against in the workplace over the years. From the very start of the hiring process women have had to face animosity and repression in the corporate world. Women had to have more experience and better credentials than equivalent male applicants if they hoped to even get a second glance. And although there has been much improvement in some areas, the job market still remains prejudice toward women in many ways. One of the things that have changed some since women first became part of the work force is the willingness of employers to hire female employees. Women used to have to fight much harder to prove their competence, and, even then they rarely secured high level positions. It is becoming more common to see women in some of these high level positions now, but they still have to sacrifice much more than the men do to get to the top and have to work harder to stay there. The most predominate way in which women feel the inequality of gender discrimination
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This note was uploaded on 02/05/2011 for the course SOC 101 taught by Professor Unknown during the Fall '07 term at Allan Hancock College.

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