Women are still more likely to work in fields with lower wages, and are more likely to use those lower wages to support entire families alone, making it more likely that they also live in poverty. This statistic has stayed almost constant since 1966.
Women have caught up in education and employment but still earn significantly less than men, and are more likely to live in poverty, according to a White House report released on Tuesday.
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Answer by m-avi at 8:25 PM on Mar. 1, 2011
Women spend more time picking each other apart for men/women issues. Women hold women back more than men seem to hold them back. I have seen lots of improvement with the male attitude about a woman's place. I know there are still very ignorant men, they are afraid to give up any power. But if women supported each other and tried to rise to the top I think they could. Being at the tip means more female voices to help set the tone for society. We are half of the population and we deserve to have half of the say. Instead we see women frowning upon women who take chances that seem to be only for men. It is destructive.
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Lori and grly...
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