"Equal Pay Day" is December 31st

...if you consider occupation, hours worked, experience, education, job security, work safety, working conditions, and continuous length of time in the workplace. None of which factor into the feminist mythology of "equal pay day."For Equal Pay Day: Evidence of employers paying women 19.5% less than men for the same work is as elusive as Bigfoot… Continue reading "Equal Pay Day" is December 31st

An Analysis of Reasons for the Disparity in Wages Between Men and Women

In a decade, I've become tired of writing about the lie of the "wage gap." So, here's all the information you need to make an informed decision. Call it an appeal to the authority of the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics.To do equal work, on average, women would have to toil 7 hours more… Continue reading An Analysis of Reasons for the Disparity in Wages Between Men and Women

Equal pay

TOC hasn't noted these feminist fantasies for awhile, so... The Equal Pay Day Reality CheckRTWTAnd check out Carpe Diem's note:1. On average, men work 5.6 more hours per week than women—the equivalent of seven additional weeks of full-time work per year (see chart above). That would put “Equal Work Day” at the end of February,… Continue reading Equal pay

Wage Gaffe

A letter I wrote to the Lansing State Journal appeared there on May 7th:Gap claims hollowIt's being reported women are paid less than men because employers discriminate against females. A paper from the American Association of University Women Educational Foundation is being used as evidence for this claim. An unreported statement from that study:"After accounting… Continue reading Wage Gaffe