Tag: WageGap

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3 Major Ways the Gender Wage Gap Hurts Women’s Financial Security

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Labor statistics published by the Senate’s Joint Economic Committee show women make 79 cents for every dollar made by men. This gender wage gap is even greater among women in minority groups. According to the Joint Economic Committee, Latina women make 55 cents for every dollar made by men. The pay gap has negative effects … Continue reading

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Should LA Employers Be Barred from Asking About Salary History?

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The Los Angeles City Council is directing city attorneys to explore the possibility of barring employers from requesting salary and wage history information. At the moment, employers can ask jobseekers for this information to justify offering lower pay. This can especially hurt women, a group that already experiences lower pay than their male counterparts. Proponents … Continue reading

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Why the Wage Gap in Los Angeles is Worse Than You Think

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A recent report released by the California State Auditor shows that California counties (including Los Angeles County) are experiencing a gender wage gap among county workers. According to the California State Auditor, women working for Los Angeles County make 76 percent of the wages of their male coworkers. Why is Los Angeles experiencing a wage … Continue reading

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Captain America and Mystique Agree: The Hollywood Wage Gap Needs to End!

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A growing number of movie stars are speaking out against the Hollywood wage gap. The timing could not be more perfect, as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has widened its investigation into Hollywood’s gender discrimination problems. Chris Evans, the star of movies like Captain America: Civil War and Snowpiercer, claimed the gender wage gap … Continue reading

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