Iiisecond main point a equal pay 1 equal pay is one

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the women's teams to fly in a cramped economy. III.Second Main Point: A. Equal Pay (1) Equal pay is one that is well known in gender inequality issues. On average, women make only 79 cents for every dollar a man makes, and that disparity is even greater for women of color. It’s a problem that affects everyone whether if its teenagers, actresses or athletes. (2) The result of paycheck discrimination means an average woman is losing nearly half a million dollars over the course of their career, about ten thousand or more per year. In my opinion, that’s money that could go towards groceries, or saving for emergencies, or to something bigger which is child care or college funds. IV. Third Main Point: A. Careers
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(1) When we see people like Hillary Clinton shattering major glass ceilings and taking huge steps for women, its inspiring. Although Hillary is a symbol of great strides in women’s’ equality and careers, we still have a long way to go. Women today still face rampant discrimination and harassment in the workplace, from being kept out of leadership roles or certain fields entirely, to not being properly accommodated or supported while pregnant or after giving birth. (2) The statistics are worse for women and who are at the intersection of multiple forms of discrimination, like women of color, transgender women, and women with disabilities. Also, in an article by Teen
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