Discrimination Essay | IQ Discrimination

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IQ Discrimination

Summary: Describes discrimination against people with low IQs. Explains how IQ correlates with education and income levels. Compares intelligence-based discrimination to racial and gender based discrimination.
Have you ever tried getting a job somewhere, only to be passed up in favor of an equally qualified, but more intelligent applicant? Believe it or not, that is not an isolated case. More and more, intelligence is becoming a part of a person's lifestyle. IQ, the principal gauge of intelligence, has been shown to be directly correlated with not only one's income and education level, but also their occupation and general health level. IQ isn't something that can be changed. Except in a few exceptional case, a person's IQ never increases more than a few points in their lifetime. IQ is a trait from birth, just like a person's race or gender, yet in a society that is trying to eliminate all forms of discrimination, it is going unnoticed. Intelligence-based discrimination is of paramount concern, and needs to be rectified. Intelligence-based discrimination is an inveterate social injustice...

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