Importance Of Women For Equal Pay

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The Right of Women for Equal Pay For many years in the United States, equal salary pay for women has been a major issue that women have been fighting for decades. This began back in World War II, when the National Labor Board urged equalize the salary rates for women with the same rates that males were getting the same professions. (Rowen) Although, traditionally most women do not work to provide for their family and there are not so many independent women during World War II. After World War II more women lost their jobs to veterans returning to the workforce. Women in the workforce after the war have been discriminated ever since. The idea of women as weak and cannot perform their jobs still embedded in the mind of some men and were not considered equals to their male counterparts. Women need to fight for equal pay because, women in the work force today is dramatically different from women that was working during World War II. (Rowen) Through studies as well, it shows that women are also more educated during 2002 and still was getting paid less than men. Even though in the 1960 's, the Equal Pay act was, in effect, it still did not help benefit women in the long run. Before the early 1960 's mostly all newspaper…show more content…
Even by the Equal Pay Act of 1963, it is not very effective, benefiting women in the workforce. There are studies showing that women can do the same job as men or even better. More women are also getting more degrees than men and are shown to be more dedicated in that job field. There are also huge corporate companies that are run by women CEO 's. So what does America have to do to help women of America to get equal pay? America has to push the Senate to vote for the Paycheck Fairness Act in order to equal pay for women to happen. Without that bill, American women will continue to work hard for less pay compare to

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