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2. frictional unenployment
3. the number of the labor force multiplied by 100 and then subtract the number of unemployed.
5. an increase in prices
Gender pay gap.
One of the problems that Feminism has shown is that inexplicably men and women aren't paid the same amount of money for doing the same job. Resourch proved that women in higher positions also get paid less than the men that there are in lower positions. In that sense, boss women are paid less than worker men.
This difference is often justified for women who participate in part-time jobs and have long absences (due to pregnancy and the cares towards the baby). But this isn't the case for all women. So what are the reasons for this difference, when men and women are working the same and have the same experience? There are many since not hiring women for the maternity leave or paying them less for this, gender stereotypes (that usually is sutil) and the direct discrimination (and when this happen, is easier to report).
In the chart, from 2009, we can see the median weekly earnings of full-time wage and salary workers, by sex, race, and ethnicity. This demonstrate that not only for being women get paid less but it can also be for their ethnicity.
In conclusion, this is a problem that isn't resolved and is been studied with many perspectives to see if this is just another type of discrimination against women.