posted on Jan, 16 2007 @ 09:00 AM
I don't see how teachers would make more money than males. Most systems would be based on an entry salary with it increasing in increments through
seniority. I don't think gender would have much to do with it.
Modeling would definitely be one where females make much more money. Super model status is something that comes with a hefty price tag and a serious
amount of fame. Male super models? Not as much recognition, it seems.
Care Givers? Most people would be more comfortable in the care of a woman, which would dictate into higher wages.
I would think there are still some professions that are dominated by the male gender, but for the most part, I would think pays would be dictated by
merit and ability. If a female in the same position is far more experienced and more talented, are we to believe that an inexperienced, inferior male
would be given the role?
(Insertion of Cheese)This is the 21st century(/Cheese)
I'm sure some of us would disagree with that, but through my experiences, gender plays a very small role in the determining of wages and employment.