How do you think men and women get treated differently in the job market?

John Dattilo: “It depends on the workplace. Now there are certain jobs men are better at than women, and jobs that women are better at than men.”

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Jose Arreola: “Women get paid less and treated more cautiously due to issues with sexual harassment.”

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Kelsey King: “Appearance counts way too much for women searching for a job.”

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Dustin Langley: “Women are less susceptible to prior problems in the workplace because of the uprising in women’s equality. People are more aware and conscience about that now because of the media and politics.”

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Mary Warner: “Nowadays they are being treated equally in that women have more opportunities to get the same jobs as men.”

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Jackie Buckman: “Women are given easier jobs like secretary work while men do more physical things like lifting boxes.”

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Kayla Makepeace: “Generally men have more opportunities to get a job than women because I feel that men are more powerful.”

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Jeremy Harris: “Back then men were chosen for jobs based on their physical strengths, so they had jobs like construction work while women were more caring so they had jobs like nursing. But, nowadays women are starting to rise up equal to the men’s status (leadership positions).”

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How do you think men and women get treated differently in the job market?

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