I have heard a lot about the gender pay gap for a while; women allegedly make 70 cents to a man's $1. I have heard this ploy for years and have always wondered where people get this crap.
Allie strode down the sidewalk practically dancing as her earbuds pumped her newest favorite song through her. Her blond hair swayed and her bright smile flashes at every passerby. She jogged into the coffee shop and easily found her friends at one of the corner tables.
Regardless of whether the radio ought to be on in the workplace is frequently a source of conflict. For a few, it’s just disturbing. For other people, music is a much-needed diversion from the babble of associates and encourages them center around their work.
If you are a single mother you are well aware of the affiliate programs being offered by numerous online companies. These programs turn normal consumers like you into brand ambassadors. Brand ambassadors perform much-needed legwork for the companies they represent, either by performing grassroots advertising or instigating direct sales. Many have found great financial success working these programs from the comfort of their own home, which is why affiliate work is popular among single moms.
In recent years I have become fascinated with the approach to work in the office environment and how we look at it differently to the shopfloor. Having worked on the shopfloor in a manufacturing environment and transferred to the other side, it strikes me there are some stark differences that don't make sense.
Every single person out there has experienced stressful days, weeks, or months at work. There are no jobs in existence that don’t have stress attached to them, and while it’s normal to have a rare day when you end up crying, you may need to think twice about seeing this as par for the course if it’s happening too often.
Many people—men and women—hear the word "feminism" and scream, ridicule, and run away. It has been made out to be a bad word; a trigger word. The story of feminism gets twisted into "women hate men" and "women complain for no reason" instead of what it really is: Women want the same respect that men have.
I just changed my major for the third and (hopefully) last time. I am still three years away from graduation, meanwhile, I am building a business with a skill that I learned outside of a university. Every day I ask myself, "why am I doing this?" Being the person that I am, I have done a lot of research on the subject of university education. Is it worth it? Or am I wasting my time?