Wage inequality between men and women

I already posted this once but I’m not quite sure where it went… so here it goes again.

Clearly, statistic show that women typically make less than men. However, it seems to me that wage inequality is a less prevalent problem than before. I feel like in more recent years, women have been taking on much more dominant roles in society than in the past. It seems to me this is making the wage gap between men and women come closer to being level. I feel like this trend of women in more dominant roles is a continuing trend, so it seems to me that if this trend continues, then in the future the wage gap between men and women will hopefully be non-existent.

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I'm Tiffany. I'm actually only a guest student at LCC. I am a senior Business Management major with a minor in Economics at Saginaw Valley State University (Go Cards!). I also am an Administrative Co-op at Nexteer Automotive in Saginaw, MI. At SVSU, I am a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success. I also have been in the SVSU Color guard for four years, the last two of those years as team captain. In addition to that, I am a member of Music n' Motion, a student organization for West Coast Swing dance. I have a strong passion for color guard and dance, it's so much fun!

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