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Encyclopedia > Gender gap

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Gender gap - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (631 words)
Though some gender gaps are controversial, they are not to be confused with sexist stereotypes.
A classic example of a gender gap is the supposed difference in pay between men and women for the same job responsibilities.
Some gender gaps favoring females are opposed by masculists.
Gender Wage Gap (4478 words)
This has served to widen the gender gap because female workers continue to have less labor market experience, on average, than male workers, and are, on average, in lower-paying occupations.
Although no such studies of the effect of policies on the gender pay ratio exist, it is clear that a role for these policy changes cannot be ruled out in both the increase in the gender pay ratio and the other changes that have served to increase the gender pay ratio.
Gender discrimination may take a variety of forms, from practices that reduce the chances that a woman is hired to differences in pay for men and women who work side by side doing the same tasks equally well.
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