The Gender Pay Gap

The difference in average remuneration between men and woman has led to many arguments. Let's look at what the experts say.

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"The gender pay gap or gender wage gap is the average difference between the remuneration for men and women who are working. Women are generally found to be paid less than men. There are two distinct numbers regarding the pay gap: non-adjusted versus adjusted pay gap. The latter typically takes into account differences in hours worked, occupations chosen, education and job experience. In the United States, for example, the non-adjusted average woman's annual salary is 79% of the average man's salary, compared to 95% for the adjusted average salary.

The reasons link to legal, social and economic factors, and extend beyond 'equal pay for equal work'.

The gender pay gap can be a problem from a public policy perspective because it reduces economic output and means that women are more likely to be dependent upon welfare payments, especially in old age."

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Yes, there is a pay gap
  What Equal Pay Day 2022 Data Is And Is Not Telling Us   This article maintains that the gender pay gap is actually larger than what is generally accepted and could be as large as 73c to the dollar.
  How to Counter Nine Arguments About The Gender Pay Gap   A concise distillation on how to counter the "no pay gap" side of the argument. Very practical for those who want to get stuck into a debate.
No, there is no gap
  Joe Rogan on Wage Gap Arguments
Joe Rogan discusses the wage gap with his guest and end up on the side of "no gap". It's worth seeing their perspective as it sums up this side of the argument.
  There Is No Gender Wage Gap
Yes, I know itis PragerU, but it's worth watching to see how their argument is laid out.
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