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Women in the Workforce

by Yvonne DiVita

Women have definitely made strides in equality - but we still have a long way to go. For instance, some members of the Senate believe requiring employers to pay women equal to men, when they do the same job, is government bullying. It's okay to require companies to offer unemployment, and other benefits, and it's okay to enforce sexual harassment, but not okay to require equal pay. Interesting. 

Here's a graphic depiction of where we were then and where we are now. It doesn't say much about where we have to go... what do you think? Click on the image for a better view of it. Thanks go to Solopress for making the graphic.

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Mary

It's too bad that small business is held to the same standards as big business. There should be a line.

That said, Wal Mart (that is bigger financially than 160 other countries) and others multinational corporations like them, need to have hard rules to follow.

Taylor @ Moving Company NJ

They are really fashionable nowadays and there’s a huge difference when compared with the old days.

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