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Study Shows Women In Positions Of Authority Are More Depressed Than Men In The Workplace


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“Women in authority positions face socially structured interpersonal stressors, including prejudice, discrimination…and pressure to perform better than men to prove competence.”

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By Fasiha Khan:  Columnist


Did we ever think that in today’s advanced era, where making a payment with the swipe of a card or a thumb impression, that we would be discussing the Gender Pay Gap Issue? 782 more words


SMU Grad, Like Other Women, Works To Beat Gender Pay Gap

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DALLAS (CBS 11 NEWS) – Hannah Mendoza graduated with her MBA from Southern Methodist University’s Cox School of Business in May and she had multiple job offers waiting. 359 more words


The Truth About the Pay Gap

By Alicia Williams

For the longest time, I naïvely thought wages were equal for everyone. I assumed that two people performing the same job and producing the same outcome would be paid the same. 791 more words


Really Mrs Morgan?

This week, Education Minister Nicky Morgan warned that schoolchildren who focus exclusively on arts and humanities-style subjects risk restricting their future career path and said she believed that disciplines such as the sciences and maths open more doors for pupils than many subjects traditionally favoured by academic all-rounders. 845 more words

Equal Pay and Women in the Workplace

Talking about pay at interviews is normally frowned upon but the same can’t be said for the issue of equal pay. As graduates become more commercially aware, companies are becoming more socially and ethically aware, taking more notice of environmental as well as social and community issues. 717 more words