Citations with the tag: WAGES -- Women
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- Gender Gap in Salaries Reversing Among the Young...
// Journal of Financial Planning; Nov2010, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p14
The article reports that young female employees are earning eight percent more in median full-time salary than their male counterparts in most big cities in the U.S.
- How does your salary measure up?
Myers, Wendy S. // Women in Business; Sep/Oct93, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p28
Offers a quick-reference guide to compare your paycheck with other working women's--and men's. Wage gaps that exist; How education pays; Top 10 jobs of members of the American Business Women's Association.
- Defeating the 77-cent scourge.
Gouveia, Georgette // Westchester County Business Journal; 6/21/2010, Vol. 49 Issue 25, p11
The article focuses on the $tart $mart Campus Initiative of the Women Are Getting Even (WAGE) Project Inc. which offers workshops to college students on how to negotiate a salary in New York.
- More wives outearn their husbands.
Min, Sarah // Glamour; Mar98, Vol. 96 Issue 3, p160
Reports on the findings of the United States (U.S.) Census Bureau, showing that women outearn their husbands during the period 1987 to 1996. Statistical information representing the findings.
- Filipino women get paid less than male counterparts.
Min, Sarah // Asian Pacific Post; 6/28/2012, p13
The article reports that Filipino working women are paid just 76 percent of what their male counterparts are paid, according to a report by the World Bank.
- Martha Stewart professions-do they pay?
Min, Sarah // Glamour; Jun96, Vol. 94 Issue 6, p114
Presents information giving the yearly earning of women in various occupations doing similar things as Martha Stewart. Age, address and occupation of each woman.
- When the wife makes more.
Fenner, Elizabeth; Graham, David // Money; Aug1993, Vol. 22 Issue 8, p106
Discusses the lifestyle and finances of David Zepecki and Diane Diel of Hales Corners, Wisconsin, a couple in which the wife earns more than four times her husband's salary. David's view that his earnings have never defined his sense of self-worth; Description of a typical day in their...
- Earnings of couples: A cohort analysis.
Iams, Howard M. // Social Security Bulletin; Fall93, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p22
Examines Social Security covered earnings of wives relative to their own husbands, using review responses from the 1990 Survey of Income and Program Participation linked to Social Security Administration records of covered earnings. Explores characteristics significantly associated with wives...
- Census: P.R. is only U.S. state or territory where women earn more than men.
Mead, Kevin // Caribbean Business; 10/7/2010, Vol. 38 Issue 39, p19
The article offers information on the data released by the Census Bureau which shows that Puerto Rico is the only U.S. state where women earn more than men.
- The price of motherhood: Family status and women's pay in a young British cohort.
Waldfogel, Jane // Oxford Economic Papers; Oct95, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p584
Investigates wage differentials among women related to family status as well as wage inequality between men and women using longitudinal data from the National Child Development Study (NCDS). Extent of family gap for a young cohort of women in the United Kingdom; View that motherhood and lower...
- Long Way to Go, Baby.
Barney, Lee // Money Management Executive; 4/4/2011, Vol. 19 Issue 14, p3
The author reflects on the study which concerns the earnings of women investors and employees.
- Women paid low wages: who they are and where they work.
Kim, Marlene // Monthly Labor Review; Sep2000, Vol. 123 Issue 9, p26
Focuses on the low-wage female workforce in the United States. Definition of low-wage workers; Extent of women's low-wage work; Demographic characteristics of women in low-wage jobs; Industries and occupations of low-wage women.
- Women's work and wages.
Kim, Marlene // Newsweek; 7/9/84, Vol. 104 Issue 1, p22
In the words of a federal court ruling last Dec. ordering Washington state to give its female employees up to $1 billion in back pay, more than 100 states and cities have begun studying wage scales for their employees and making reforms. And last week, by a 413-6 vote, the House approved a...
- DETERMINANTS OF THE VALUE OF THE MOTHER'S TIME: EVIDENCE FROM A DEVELOPING COUNTRY.
Leppel, Karen // American Economist; Spring89, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p61
Studies the determinants of women's market wage and labor force participation in Malaysia. Elasticity of hours worked per week with respect to wage; Positive coefficients of the wage equation; Specifications of the reservation wage equation; Effects of children on women's value of time.
- Women dominate state workforce, but still earn less than men.
Leppel, Karen // HR Specialist: Minnesota Employment Law; Mar2011, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p1
The article reports on a study conducted by Independent Women's Forum which showed the domination of women in workforce in Minnesota, but they are still earn less than men.
- EQUALITY IN DEGREES.
Leppel, Karen // Herizons; Summer2003, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p9
According to Mary Lou Stirling, the chairperson of the New Brunswick Advisory Council on the Status of Women, women in New Brunswick labour force are making small but significant gains. According to the 2003 Report Card on the Status of Women in New Brunswick, education reduces the pay gap....
- Feminists Abuse Statistics To Hype `Equal Pay Day'.
Chavez, Linda // Human Events; 04/23/99, Vol. 55 Issue 15, p10
Points out that feminists do not understand the issue of wage difference between them and their male counterpart. Their efforts to celebrate equal pay day; How they look at the statistics on gender wage disparity.
- Working mums shocker: er, they earn less.
Chavez, Linda // Personnel Today; 10/28/2008, p48
A blog on a report released by the Institute of Economic Affairs on gender pay gap, is discussed.
- Women's wages not good enough.
Stutter, Anthea // Green Left Weekly; 3/24/2010, Issue 831, p5
The article reports on the Australian Services Union's (ASU's) campaign, which was outlined by ASU's organiser Julie Kun, which aims to bring up the wages of female workers in services industries to the same level of the male-dominated industries in Melbourne, Victoria.
- Labour markets.
Palacios, Milagros // Fraser Forum; May/Jun2011, p18
The article focuses on the difference of pure wage premium for both men and women workers in the public sector in Canada.
- Gender pay gap still exists.
Palacios, Milagros // American Agent & Broker; May2011, Vol. 83 Issue 5, p10
The article reports on a study from the journal "Harvard Business Review" of gender pay gap in the U.S.
- How to Raise the Issue of a Raise.
S. O. // O, The Oprah Magazine; Sep2011, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p74
The article presents suggestions for women on how to negotiate their salaries.
- Report highlights gender pay gap.
S. O. // Lamp; 2010, Vol. 67 Issue 1, p11
The article focuses on the Australian House of Representatives Standing Committee on Employment and Workplace Relations' report which highlights the pay gap between men and women.
- E-Mail to the Editor.
Munroe, Jan R. // Practical Accountant; Apr2004, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p6
Presents a letter to the editor in reference to an earlier article "Women Still Lagging in Salaries".
- Gender wage gap remains unchanged.
Munroe, Jan R. // Hudson Valley Business Journal; 9/26/2011, Vol. 22 Issue 39, p19
The article reports that wage gap between men and women workers has remained unchanged in the last two years-from 77.0 in 2009 to 77.4 in 2010 based on the fact sheet of the from the Institute for Women's Policy Research (IWPR).
- Woman power.
VAN ZYL, JOHANN // Finweek; 2/18/2010, p12
The article informs that according to a research done by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), women power will drive the world economy in the near future, even though women still earn 77 cents for every Rand earned by their male counterparts.
- MONEY TALK.
Coles, Joanna // Marie Claire (US); Feb2010, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p15
The article discusses various reports published within the issue including one on the salaries of young women together with their expenses in a monthly basis, one on the latest and the hottest lingerie and one on a guide in spending for fashion during spring.
- The pay gap is still large, in spite of educational attainment and the claims of economic...
Coles, Joanna // Media Report to Women; Fall2000, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p8
Reports on the pay gap between men and women in the United States, according to figures from the National Center for Education Statistics. Medial annual salary of women with bachelor's degree in 1970 and 1997.
- Protesters call for minimum wage rise, equality.
La Botz, Dan // Green Left Weekly; 6/22/2011, Issue 884, p14
The article reports on the protest held by Swiss women and inter-professional union Unia calling for equality for women and for a minimum wage of 4,000 U.S. dollars a month for all workers in Switzerland.
- Comparable worth: organizational dilemmas.
Koziara, Karen Shallcross // Monthly Labor Review; Dec85, Vol. 108 Issue 12, p13
Examines the implications of comparable worth for public and private employers and labor groups in the U.S. Impact on the wages of women workers; Relationship between taxation and the increasing cost of providing government service; Strategies used by jurisdiction in implementing comparable worth.
- Wage gap for women persists in New Hampshire.
SANDERS, BOB // New Hampshire Business Review; 12/14/2012, Vol. 34 Issue 26, p12
The article reports on the persistence of wage gap in New Hampshire wherein women earned 77% of the amount taken by men in median full-time pay.
- About that good news...
SANDERS, BOB // Newsweek; 6/5/1995, Vol. 125 Issue 23, p47
Comments on the Families and Work Institute's announcement that as of May 1995, in 45 percent of dual-earner homes, women earn half or more of the income. How a third of the women wished they could trade full-time work for part-time.
- As Equal Pay Female Wages Lag, Economy Hurt.
SANDERS, BOB // Tennessee Tribune; 4/11/2013, Vol. 24 Issue 15, p1A
The article reports that economic distress has resulted from the wage differentials between male and female employees in Tennessee.
- Extra Benefits.
Kostroff, Michael // Back Stage (19305966); 8/20/2009, Vol. 50 Issue 34, p52
The article provides an answer to a question on the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) wages to performers.
- The richest women in Hollywood.
Kostroff, Michael // NW; 10/17/2011, Vol. 19 Issue 42, p27
The article reports on the annual Entertainment's Highest-Earning Women list prepared by the journal "Forbes" according to which chat queen Oprah Winfrey with a staggering 300 million dollars in earnings tops the list.
- Fat women...
Poe, Randall; Courter, Carol Lee // Across the Board; Jan1995, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p5
Cites a study which states that fat women earn considerably less than thin women. Dartmouth College study of British women.
- Pay gap for women in financial services worst in Australia.
Pokrajac, Milana // Money Management; 9/16/2010, Vol. 24 Issue 34, p10
The article presents the report from the Financial Sector Union (FSU), based on Australian Bureau of Statistics' data, which showed that women working in the financial sector get paid 28% less than men working in the same industry in Australia.
- 'Motherhood Gap' Explains Differences in Gender Wages.
Miller, Stephen // HR Magazine; Dec2010, Vol. 55 Issue 12, p19
The article focuses on a report from TD Economics which showed that motherhood is the reason behind unexplained wage losses for working women in North America.
- PORN STAR'S MOST EXPLICIT FILM YET.
Miller, Stephen // Campaign (UK); 3/23/2012, Issue 12, p23
A blog on the television commercial for Equal Pay Day, an organisation against wage gap for women, featuring adult film actress Sasha Gray is discussed.
- Till debt do us part.
Miller, Stephen // Money Management; 11/29/2012, Vol. 26 Issue 46, p28
The article reports on the decline in the income of women's household in Australia after divorce.
- Local authorities weigh up cost and risk in gender wage disputes.
Aldridge, Catriona // People Management; 11/5/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 23, p60
The article discusses issues surrounding disparities in the pay scales for male and female workers, citing the examples of ongoing cases in Leeds and London in England and in Edinburgh, Scotland. The possible resolutions include raising the pay of female workers to be at par with those of the...
- Education/income gap widens among women.
Kleiman, Carol // Las Vegas Business Press; 06/08/98, Vol. 15 Issue 23, p5
Opinion. Comments on the growth of the wage gap between highly educated women and poorly educated women in the United States. Impact on women who head families; Percentage of wage increase experienced by women with college decrees.
- Length of service payments.
Riley, Rob; Glavina, Joe // Employers Law; Nov2006, p9
The article reports on the ruling of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in the case of Cadman v Health & Safety Executive. ECJ held that it is not generally necessary for an employer to provide objective justification for pay disparities that result from using length of service as a criterion...
- The Chicago Vice Commission.
Woods, Henry // America; 3/29/1913, Vol. 8 Issue 25, p582
The article reports that the Chicago Vice Commission has elicited some wage facts from the employers of women in Illinois. According to the article, the heads of the great dry goods houses acknowledged that they did not pay all their women a living wage and also that there was nothing to prevent...
- Effects of intermittent labor force attachment on women's earnings.
Jacobsen, Joyce P.; Levin, Laurence M. // Monthly Labor Review; Sep95, Vol. 118 Issue 9, p14
Studies the effects of intermittent labor force attachment on women's earnings in the United States. Calculations on the cost of taking a break from work in terms of wage difference between women who work continuously and women who take one or more leaves; Disappearance of rebound effect over time.
- Conservatives set to scrap audits on gender pay gaps.
Jacobsen, Joyce P.; Levin, Laurence M. // Personnel Today; 10/13/2009, p3
The article reports that the Conservative Party in Great Britain is not in favor of mandatory gender pay audits included in the Equality Bill.
- Glass ceilings.
Jacobsen, Joyce P.; Levin, Laurence M. // New Internationalist; Dec2000, Issue 330, p6
Reports on the estimates made by the International Labor Organization indicating that women account for fewer than two percent of top executive positions and even in these positions they earn less than men.
- The shifting gender wage gap.
Underhill, Paco // Display & Design Ideas; Nov/Dec2009, Vol. 21 Issue 11, p64
The article focuses on shifting gender wage gap in the largest cities in the U.S. In 2005, for the first time in the U.S. history, young women under the age of 30 overtook men in earning power in the largest U.S. cities. In Dallas, Texas women's wage-earning advantage over men was 120 percent,...
- Humble pie for council.
Underhill, Paco // People Management; 1/23/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p10
Reports that Cleveland county, England school dinner ladies will share a four million pounds compensation payout after the county council settled their equal pay claim. Implications for other councils; Deal as second stage in the equal pay campaign.
- Women still waiting for pay equity.
Richards, Debbie // Australian Nursing Journal; Feb2010, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p26
The article discusses a November 2009 pay equity report highlighting the continuing wage gap between men and women in Australia.