The Wage Gap Between Men and Women: America, Canada and Mexico


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The Wage Gap Between Men and Women: America, Canada and Mexico
Women have had a long and hard struggle when it comes to achieving equality in a male-dominated world. Women, like many minorities, have struggled to combat the preconceived, western notions that white males are best, and that they deserve to be in charge. This is also happening in the workforce, albeit slowly. The gender gap exists in many countries, but are of particular interest in America, Canada and Mexico because they have very strong and prominent work forces. In each of these economies, women are behind men when it comes to earnings on the dollar. The wage gap between genders exists in America, Canada and Mexico, though narrowing has occurred.
The United States, a first...
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