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@5MQ38Q6Constitutionfrom Illinois  answered…2yrs

It depends on how well they do their job and how long they have been doing their job, jobs can't be used as labels for income. Some jobs where 2 men have the same job one of them still receives better pay because they have done a better job. Feminists need to quit being so vague with their protests and worry about getting better at their job to increase their income instead of acting entitled.

@5MNXKV3Democratfrom California  answered…2yrs

I think there should be tax incentives for single income married couples w children. Women should be paid equally

@5NV3P7XGreenfrom California  answered…2yrs

yes, but hourly rates of individuals are already the same. Life style choices affect income.

@5PFG8B2Constitutionfrom Arizona  answered…2yrs

Yes, they should earn the same unless they can't perform the job as adequately. Example: Most women cannot carry someone over their shoulder out of a burning building, like a man can. (Firemen). In this instance, I not only don't think she should earn the same, but I don't think she should even be hired for a job she can't perform as well as a man.....and endanger lives.

@5PRFX72Republicanfrom Pennsylvania  answered…2yrs

Forced equality is not true equality.
What actually occurs in the free market is wages come down as more workers enter the workforce. Not the reverse. Since historically the newbie into an otherwise stable workforce will challenge the existing workforce to improve methods and lower costs. That's how they show their value and earn a position. Since women are relatively newer to the global earning workforce, they have to and do add more value for less; and, as a result they have acquired jobs that were previously held by their less productive per dollar male counterparts.

@5PMVHTJConstitutionfrom Missouri  answered…2yrs

This is a stupid question. What do we mean by the same job? should a male teacher who just started be paid the same amount as a female teacher with thirty years experience? Of course not, the longer you work the more you get paid to keep you around. That's the price of experience and knowledge. Also how were these studies conducted that conclude that women are making between two thirds and three fourths compared to men's earnings? comparing a woman who works as a cashier at a 7-11 to a man who works as an investment banker will provide a stark contrast indeed. The studies I've seen for

@5PZKRQQRepublicanfrom Washington  answered…2yrs

I have yet to hear anyone explain the wage gap in a way that makes economic sense.
That it exists is unquestioned but until you know why it exist you legislating a result is counter productive: equal pay legislation is flat stupid. As an employer I will tell you that equal pay will result in fewer women being hired and separation of male and female carrier paths. I would support an 'affirmative action like' program for women

@5NVL8J8Republicanfrom Indiana  answered…2yrs

Only IF the woman can ACTUALLY do the job as a man could without the assistance of a man.

@9GWPTQSProgressive from Kansas answered…2yrs

Regardless there should be no discrimination based on gender. Instead other variables such as education, experience, work ethic, etc., should be what the income is based on

@5PZJJNBConstitutionfrom Florida  answered…2yrs

As long as women adjust their professional lives to their family needs, they'll never be doing the same job. I know men who work 7am to 11pm & have wives take care of the kids. Men are often more willing to travel & sacrifice for their jobs. Women are more likely to sacrifice for their families. As long as that's the case, men should receive the benefit of their sacrifices. If women want those same benefits, they'll have to make the same sacrifices within the same venue. Your workplace shouldn't be paying you a bigger salary to stay home & take care of your own kids. It's an issue for spouses to decide or for the unmarried to decide how much of their lives will be tied to their workplace.

@5MMB5Q3Republicanfrom Ohio  answered…2yrs

The womans place is in the home is what the Bible says so they need not to be in the workforce

@Mackenzie-Kauric…Peace and Freedom from Texas commented…9mos

https://www.bls.gov/opub/reports/womens-databook/2020/home.htm#:~:text=In%202019%2C%2057.4%20percent%20of,of%2060.0%20percent%20in%201999.

That must mean that the Bible says guys should be working. Where are you guys at? Slacking off?

@B4MSWV4Veteran from Alabama answered…2 days

Yes and the Equal Pay Act does so already, almost all disparities are due to other circumstances than corporate sexism

@eelsSocialist from California answered…2 days

Yes, but only if all other variables are the same as well. This includes, education, experience, tenure, and abilities.

@B4LCKP3Republican from New York answered…4 days

Wages should be based on performance not gender. If a woman performs equally as well as a man then yes they should be paid the same. Either way this is up to private businesses not the government.

 @B4L8VLLIndependent from Tennessee answered…4 days

Most salary positions, there is a "letter of offer" for offer of employment. And even though that is suppose to be confidential, it is usual found out, what the opposite sec makes. But I do believe if they do the same job, all the brain work and heavy lifting, they should be paid the same. You would probably have to cut out the "letter of offer of employment".

@B4KNGZMLibertarian from Iowa answered…6 days

No, wages should be negotiated between the employee & employer.

@Trevor-Gillespie…Republican from Pennsylvania answered…7 days

@B4JK4DYConstitution from Indiana answered…1wk

No, first the paygap is irrelevant, and depending on the effort, or better work from a man he can be payed more, but he should not be given more money just cause he is a man.

@B4JGY4TWomen’s Equality from Kansas answered…1wk

Yes, but it should still be based on experience and education

@B458B5QDemocrat from Florida answered…1mo

Yes, if they do the same quality of work. Work should paid by ones effectiveness of doing it - not ones gender.

@B44HCVNRepublican from North Carolina answered…1mo

based of skill. how good they are at it and how long they have been doing it.

@B43MG6MWomen’s Equality from Pennsylvania answered…1mo

It depends on how hard they work and how good they are at their job.

@B3Y78BFRepublican from Texas answered…2mos

@B3YPK9VVeteran from New York answered…2mos

@B3YP2KNRepublican from Texas answered…2mos

@B3XZ2GTWomen’s Equality from Texas answered…2mos

yes, if the have the same qualifications and experience, if not then there salary will vary slightly

@B3XS2HJPeace and Freedom from Kansas answered…2mos

yes however the wage gap is partially a myth and is a miss understanding of statistics.

@B3XRCNNTranshumanist from North Dakota answered…2mos

No, private businesses should be able to pay employees however they like except for minimum wage.

@B3WZLDWDemocrat from Texas answered…2mos

No, there are too many other variables such as education, experience, and tenure that determine a fair salary and ban blacks from working

@B3X4CHSWorking Family from Ohio answered…2mos

If your good at it you get paid more if not you get paid less or replaced simple

@B3X45L2Transhumanist from Arizona answered…2mos

If a man and woman have the same job but one does better than the other the one who does better should be paid more.

@B3WTGY4American from Wisconsin answered…2mos

Yes, as long as they do the same amount of work with the same amount of effort.

@B3WSZWPWomen’s Equality from Ohio answered…2mos

No, some work harder than others while some tend to work little or not work at all.

@B3V6BQJWomen’s Equality from Wisconsin answered…2mos

@B3TSSLPPeace and Freedom from Ohio answered…2mos

Yes, men and women with the exact same experience, and exact same education should be paid equally

@B3SZHG5Transhumanist from Georgia answered…2mos

With all other education...etc..being equal then the pay should be equal.

@B3SS7MMRepublican from Iowa answered…2mos

@B3SF4BGIndependent from West Virginia answered…2mos

@9VHNQKSProgressive from New Jersey answered…12mos

the gender wage stats are usually misused but your salary should not be based on your gender

@9VGQ3CDConstitution from Wisconsin answered…1yr

@9VG6GT9Republican from Utah answered…1yr

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