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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHYwomen’s confidence and career satisfaction. In 2014 there were about 88,778 genderrelated claims filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Althoughthese numbers are staggering the university students did not see this as a major threat tothemselves or others whom will be entering the workforce.Annotation 4:Reference:Christine, L., W. (2013). The Glass Escalator, Revisited: Gender InequalityIn Neoliberal Times, SWS Feminist Lecturer.Gender and Society, (5), 609Annotation:While there are women who work in predominately male dominatedprofessions, there are also men who experience gender inequality in the workplace. Thepositions that are seen as women professions (teaching, nursing and social work), theyalso hit what may be called the “glass escalator”. The men who have held these positionshave been seen as more competent and better leaders than the women who hold thesepositions. Some men have encountered discrimination within these positions especially ifthey are working with children (kindergarten teachers). Men who suffered from this typeof discrimination had a hard time holding these positions.4