heck one of the factors is definitely sexism. i fully believe that. but when you use numbers that you don’t understand, I use my irish sarcasm because beating up people is illegal shirt or deliberately leave out relevant data (like your site so clearly does), you’re misleading people, or being deliberately dishonest.
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it’s clear you havent read my posts, because your link in no way refutes them. analyze them, take emotion out of it, and keep an open mind. also trivia for you – .org sites, just like .com sites, can be purchased by anyone. adding .org to something in no way indicates it’s accurate or scholarly. i could buy GeeImsmart.org, doesn’t make me smart. that being said, i’m sure the numbers on your aauw site are accurate – the formula they use is right on top. women’s median earnings divided by men’s median earnings – using those “who work full time and year round“. it doesn’t define it here, but i happen to know they use avg work 32 hours as the definition of full time. google how many I use my irish sarcasm because beating up people is illegal shirthours a week on average men work vs women. right there, you’ll see men are working more hours and that’s not taken into account. also, as covered in the link i posted above it – job selection is not taken into account (and that’s HUGE). length of service isn’t factored in. experience isn’t factored in. all those things impact earnings, and in all those things men on average have higher numbers. those are facts. etc etc etc. all the things i posted. yes, you can cherry pick particular industries, discount number of hours worked, years of experience, etc, and list some jobs where the numbers work for your argument. that doesn’t make it a legitimate comparison. i know they don’t teach logic in schools (sadly). and this isn’t simple – so i get why a lot of people don’t get it. but the facts are out there, and there’s been a ton of research on it. lots of studies and articles break it down. there is a pay gap. it’s small, consistently. it also exists for reasons – those reasons can be treated (ask for a raise occasionally, for example, women far less often ask for increases than men).
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the issue with your use of the word “breeding” is that it’s dehumanizing, since it’s a word usually used in reference to animals. Whether you agree with that assessment or not, that’s why people are taking issue with it. i see. well, humans are animals. mammals. i love animals, so i don’t see it as a negative. but that’s typical of the kind of people who argue on these kinds of issues. we are animals, we breed, it’s a fact. “dont call me an animal, it hurts my feelings!” it’s feelings vs facts. people feel like it isn’t fair that they everyone isn’t exactly paid the same. the facts don’t support it, there are logical reasons people don’t get paid the same – they shouldn’t. offshore drillers who work 90+ hours a week in the sleet and rain shouldn’t make the same as nail salon people.
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