Equal Pay Act

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American History

 

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Karen E

 

Date added:

January 31, 2016

 

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University

 

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A

 

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The Jobs don’t need to be identical, but they must be substantially equal. Although the Equal pay Act has helped many women find sufficient education and working opportunities, it still has its hardships when it comes to families. According to Americas Union Movement 72 percent of mothers with children younger that 18 work for pay...
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Also according to a study done by AFL-CIO working families pay a steep price for unequal pay. America’s working families lose a staggering $200 billion of income annually to the wage gap. The wage gap according to infoplease.com “is a statistical indicator often used as an index of the status of women’s earnings relative to men’s...
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