Mind blown whilst reading more of the theory underlying my lab.
“Lets examine what is going on in the chaos game. Information from the roll of the die is random. The system has no idea where it is going, until the dice is rolled. Forecasting the direction of the system is impossible. Yet, once the system receives information, it is processed according to internal, deterministic rules. The result is a limited range of possibilities, but the number of possibilities is infinite.”
Do you think wage discrimination still exist with women? despite it being illegal since the 60s?
That’s a really odd way of putting it.
Try it this way.
“Do you think drug use still exist? despite it being illegal since the 60s?”
Just making something illegal doesn’t stop it. And obviously there are still morons who engage in this. I myself was once told by a boss to a hire a man full time“because he is a man and has a responsibility to put food on the table” (this occurred in 2014, the line should be said in a heavy accent, and I did what I had originally planned to do which was hire him part time, I no longer work there…and in case you’re really wondering it’s harder than you think to actually report this to the government if you’re not the victim. If you’re not the victim they don’t seem to care, trust me I called.)
But the real question is not “does it still exist?” The question should be “does it still exist to a large degree?” Because a few outliers should not be taken as a general rule.
The idea that men make more than women is a gross distortion of the truth. It’s only true
if you ignore all relevant detail. It’s like saying that people in
their 40’s make more than people in their 20’s and blaming age
discrimination. Factually the wage gap is true, but it ignores all the
relevant reasons as to why it’s true.
Since women in their 20′s are making more than men in their 20′s,
actually if you had equal work for equal pay it means most men should be
making more…hmmm…..oh wait because we’ve put in card check and unfair
practices at the federal labor board everyone will be in a unions with a
few year whether they want to be or not. Thus we will all be getting
paid the same, irrespective of education, work, merit, seniority or
Or consider the fact that 93% of all workplace fatalities are men. Did
anyone want to talk about workplace equality for this? Or did anyone
want to consider this suggest that men are statistically taking more
dangerous jobs which pay more for the risk, thus accounting for the
discrepancy between wages when you consider ALL MEN and ALL WOMEN.
Yes when you consider all men to all women men make more. But when
you look at the same job for two people with the same education and
years of experience, women make more.
Women you want to make more? Take jobs that pay more and don’t take
off time to have children. That’s all you have to do, value income more
than a job you may enjoy and value income more than having a family.
Statistically that’s all you have to do and you will make more than
your male counterparts. You don’t need legislation.