When the doctor takes an x-ray of my heart cat shirt, men’s tank top
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
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So companies (people who run the companies) will hire a man over a woman because they feel they don’t have those risks with a man, When the doctor takes an x-ray of my heart cat shirt or decide to pay them a little less to mitigate those “risks”. These are just 2 factors, I could go on and on. Add to that breast-feeding time, women’s period, etc.
When the doctor takes an x-ray of my heart cat shirt
A lot of companies (people who run the companies) will discriminate against women because they feel hiring a woman is more likely to become a burden than hiring a man. Why? When the doctor takes an x-ray of my heart cat shirt Because women get pregnant, men don’t. This has been and continues to be a HUGE issue. Also, women are more likely to be the primary custodian of children, so when a child gets sick the mother is more likely to need a day off, or leave work early to tend to the child.
How about the death gap? Men make up 93% of workplace deaths. It couldn’t be that men work dangerous jobs that pay more… no can’t be. Or we could go look at the STEM field majors and compare that to the gender studies/ early childhood development, philosophy (i.e. the lowest paying majors) and see how those add up with the gender percentages.
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because their life choices generally make them more available. They tend to work longer hours and more overtime, weekends and holidays. If company knew they might lose a man for months for EXERCISING HIS OPTION (childbirth is an optional life choice) to get pregnant, take maternity leave, and then his availability would decrease due to childcare concerns, he wouldn’t be able to get as many job offers and, since he’d be working fewer hours each year, his annual income would be less.
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