Essay heading: (Why) Are Women Paid Less?
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February 21, 2001
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having to care for a child. This prevents her from working as hard as employee B (which we assume is a man). So, instead of offering overtime payment, perhaps the employer should offer a higher ordinary wage for all.
Employee A: 36 hours/week * $20 = $720
Employee B: 42 hours/week [(40*$20)+(2*$30)] = $860
%-difference: $140/$860 = 0...
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The British study is entailing something very interesting. The reason why men with children are earning more than men without children – on the condition that they have wives that do not work fulltime – is because the employer then understand that the male employee has an family to support (and thus needs a higher salary) but knows that he will work as usual since the employer assumes that the wife is going to care for the child/children...
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