Seriously, all these guys on here getting all butt hurt that women want equal pay for equal work. Oh, the humanity!
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There were four female licensed civil engineers on my staff, as well as one female Engineering Tech and one female Technologist. All six women were paid the same as their male counterparts who had similar levels of seniority.
Did I have an issue with this? No.11
I wouldn't know, because I've never met men like that. I have, however, come across many who didn't like the fact that when it comes to homelessness, approximately 75% of those living on the streets are male. Or the fact that they don't live, on average, as long as women do, or the fact that, overall, the vast majority of difficult and dangerous occupations (ex. soldier, construction worker, miner, electrician) are performed by men because the vast majority of women don't want to do anything beyond a comfortable, air-conditioned office. As for the mythical gender-wage gap, the simple fact is that men are far more likely to take on roles that pay more, and they pay more because, as I mentioned above, they're far more difficult and dangerous. Look, just watch this short documentary. About half way through he tackles some of the issues you seem to think are so important, judging by your responses here.https://www.youtube.com/embed/8M7KGe2UnmE0
Some men think only men can/do physical jobs, but at my job, there's more women that are the hard workers (older women) and the younger men and women that are lazy, and can't handle the work... But want the pay 🙄11
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I believe in equality more than most women do. I’ve done physically demanding jobs where women didn’t want to do heavy lifting. I’d tell them, “You’re getting equal pay, do the equal work.” And, the Equal Pay Act was signed into law by John Kennedy.
Speaking of equal treatment, if not equal pay, did anyone see the pro choice protester with a bullhorn jump a barricade and rush the president’s motorcade? Karen’s on the sidelines seemed offended that a cop body slammed a woman on the pavement. It’s what they would have done to me!11
Yeah. Women want more then equality. They want more. They want to have more, without the responsibility (many women, not all). I’ve been at work where a woman was doing janitorial work same as I was when I was younger (she was older). There were four of us to cover different floors and sections of the building. She know she wasn’t getting paid as much, was there as long. Also, she always complained that takin the trash out was always the man’s job, either at work there or at home. And a couple other things she was asked to do. Complained and made excuses to the boss until he asked me or the other guy to do that job. Yet, she was chirping about equal pay. Just one example of a couple I have seen and heard personally of this. Not saying every woman is like this. But women whine more then men about it without accepting the same responsibilities.0
Considering how badly so many of them reacted when they thought we had equality in reproductive rights, yes. Meritocracy must seem horrifying when you work less hard less often.11
I'm gonna bet the same guy that was on your opinion in the other questions is gonna come here and post his same articles again as if they were the scriptures themselves.11
You don’t want equality. You want to pick n choose what benefits you. If you want equality then women need to be subjected to the laws of selective services. Let me guess you’re probably single, maybe some kids, mad at men lol16
It's so pathetic. We're in no way less capable than men and whoever thinks so is an idiot,11
I think people who complain are really hot, love me a good whiner, oh? the cake is too sweet? the curtains are too feminine? man you really get me flustered10
Only in the common case, when they want to be treated as equal when it's convenient, or when "equal" doesn't mean equal.14
I don't whine... I have always thought of us as equals11
Women already have that so you are the ones who are whining about nothing.3
I don’t see that…where are you for that🤷🏻♂️4
I cried watching roe vs wade being overturned on tv1
Wanna know the answer. Here it is. FYI...
I know, right?0
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If you employ someone for the vast majority of jobs, you want someone that is able to do the job.
if you hire a smart person, you want them telling you the stuff you should be doing etc.
When you post a job vacancy it does not matter what gender a person is.
When a Chinook helicopter was doing a medivac in Afghan, there was not a check made to see if the crew where all male, it was the on call or closest cab that was tasked.
Also the final link are roles that can be done by both guys or girls, semi random links, however I’m visiting a friend there.
There are very few jobs that are not easily done by either gender and those that are specific are not open to all guys as the role is often very specific and a 5’4 overweight guy would not be able to do the job.