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12/27/2012

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Women should be paid equal pay as men. If women are attending classes, training and seminars; there is no reason why they should be lagging in pay. There are instances; where the women is the head of the household. Perhaps the spouse is unemployed; or due to divorce; the female is in charge. Females who are the only parent and raising their children need the income. As a side note; females who are in a single parent household will take their responsibilities at work very seriously. Women should make the same pay as men; if the job description is the same; there is no reason why a male should make more than a female.

Women should have equal pay to men. Women have to work twice as hard as a man, balance a family, and fight against negative sterotypes of women in leadership roles. We pay just as much money to go to college as a man, we should be paid just as much as a man when doing the same job.

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