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At first I thought you were talking about gun control demands.
"We demand background checks and waiting periods"
Um, that's already the law.
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It's equally applicable to gun law, I just used a different example this time. Attracted an SJW pretty quick though lol.
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SJW? I'm not familiar with that acronym.
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It's the common acronym for "Social Justice Warrior". Many SJW's even use the term to describe themselves.
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Oh, someone who thinks everything wrong in the world is because they are a victim of something. Got it.
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There is no "job title" loophole. The law ALREADY specifies "similar duties.
There are ALREADY laws that are supposed to protect whistleblowers from retaliation.

Studies have shown that when adjusted for active experience, the "wage gap" drops to 98¢ on the dolar, and even that may be due to different choices women make. Women are more likely to take time off for family issues, more likely to seek schedule flexibilty, and more likely to pick careers that are emotionally, rather than financially enriching.
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From the US Department of Labor www.dollar.gov Data compiled from Federal agencies such as the Census Bureau, the Department of Education,
and the Bureau of Labor Statistics conduct surveys of individuals, house-
holds, and businesses to gather information about people’s salaries and other
earnings.
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In nearly every line of work, women face a pay gap. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Transparency in compensation is one policy that can make a difference. A survey by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) found that about half of employees said they worked in a setting
where discussions of wages and salaries are either formally prohibited or
discouraged by managers. Pay secrecy is even more common in the private sector, where 61 percent of employees are either
discouraged or prohibited from discussing wage and salary information.
A policy to conduct a pay equity study every few years over all female-dominated and male-dominated jobs that require comparable levels of expertise. Employers compare jobs on dimensions such as the complexity of issues encountered, the depth and breadth of knowledge needed, the nature of interpersonal contacts required, and the this allows employers to identify jobs that despite being different, require similar levels of knowledge and responsibility.
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I'm gonna address that last line. "Jobs that despite being different require a similar levels of knowledge and expertise."
Different fields may require the "similar levels of knowledge and expertise" but one may be more lucrative than the other. I imagine running a homeless shelter requires more skills and expertise than running a hotel. A hotel, obviously, makes more money.
When you compare men and women in the same field (a important phrase I admit I omitted) with the same active years of experience, the wage gap disappears. Women on average make less, because they ARE different. Women take more time off to care for their family. Women may reject promotions because they'll lose schedule flexibility (i, personally, have). Women are more likely to select fields that help people rather than make profit.
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This Figure demonstrates that even though a majority of states have language above and beyond federal law prohibiting wage discrimination based
on sex, few include the necessary details to enable employers to establish fair
pay practices or for courts to interpret and enforce equal pay laws.
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Economists often consider a portion of the pay gap to be explained, yet not all of the gap can be “explained away.” After accounting for college major, occupation, economic sector, hours worked, months unemployed since graduation, GPA, type of undergraduate institution, institution
selectivity, age, geographical region, and marital status, Graduating to a Pay
Gap found that a 7 percent difference in the earnings of male and female college graduates one year after graduation was still unexplained. Similarly, Behind the Pay Gap found a 12 percent unexplained difference in earnings among full-time workers 10 years after college graduation.
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