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Why Men Earn More 3 - The Startling Truth Behind the Pay Gap

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Uploaded on Nov 11, 2008

This is a talk given my Dr. Warren Farrel at the Cato (www.cato.org) institute on Tuesday, February 1, 2005 entitled:

Why Men Earn More
The Startling Truth Behind the Pay Gapand What Women Can Do About It

A presentation from his book of the same name
http://www.amazon.com/Why-Men-Earn-Mo...

Cato offers the real video stream of the lecture I have captured here on this events page:
http://www.cato.org/event.php?eventid...

I have reproduced this material without permission under fair use. The aim is to present information on how womens own choices lead to the wage gap which thus stems from their own liberty. I make no profit from these video views and all intellectual material is

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Warren Farrell, the only man to have been elected three times to the National Organization for Womens New York board of directors, is the author of such books as The Myth of Male Power and Why Men Are the Way They Are. In his new book, he argues that women earn less than men on average not because they are discriminated against, but because they have made lifestyle choices that affect their ability to earn. Why Men Earn More argues that although discrimination sometimes plays a part, both men and women unconsciously make trade-offs that affect how much they earn. Farrell clearly defines the 25 different workplace choices that affect incomes--including putting in more hours at work, taking riskier jobs or more hazardous assignments, being willing to change location, and training for technical jobs that involve less people contact--and provides readers with specific, research-supported ways for women to earn higher pay.

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