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Discrimination of Women

Summary: The evolving role of women in the workplace is not readily accepted in society. Despite the illegality of gender discrimination, women are being discriminated against in hiring practices, advancement opportunities, and income in the workplace.
Bill Copeland once said, "Not only is women's job never done, the definition keeps changing." This couldn't be any more true; women play multiple roles from wives to mothers to professionals. Today women are moving farther away from their traditional role as homemaker and housewife towards the role of a liberated, self-supporting individual. This new role is not so readily accepted in society and bias is widespread in the workplace. Under state and federal law, it is unlawful to discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, national origin, age or disability. Yet women are being discriminated against in hiring practices, promotional availabilities, and wages in the workplace.

Employers' hiring practices are sometimes discriminatory toward female applicants. There are instances where an employer may not even allow a woman to apply for a job such as a mechanic or electrician. If a woman does move on...

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