Gender: Employment, Work & Labor

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Young Men Embrace Gender Equality, but They Still Don't Vacuum ~ @nytimes.com Actually this means they're *not* "embracing gender equality" ~ @JessicaValenti
One of the simplest explanations for the domestic gender gap is that lots of men--even so-called progressive ones--still want housewives. I don't mean these men necessarily expect women not to work outside the home, but that they build their lives around the expectation that their wives will handle literally everything in the domestic sphere. They won't say "it's a woman's place," but they might say "she's better at it." ~ @JessicaValenti

Gender: Housework

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Artist: Will McPhail
Higher-Class Men Received More Interview Invitations at Elite Law Firms Than All Other Applicants Combined  Source: Rivera, Lauren and Andras Tilcsik. 2016. "Class Advantage, Commitment Penalty," American Sociological Review.
(4 of 7) Are Stereotypes Keeping Women Away from Science?  [follow this link to find a short video and analysis of gender stereotypes in a recent toy commercial: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/1/post/2013/11/reengineering-gender-the-new-goldieblox-ad.html]

Gender: Hiring

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Who Works Most? Participation Rate by Race and Gender: 1972-2012  Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Statistics in Stem:The U.S. government has used the census to understand the demographics of the American workforce. The census published in 2013 gave the world insight into how poorly women are represented in the STEM fields. - Gender Gap Percents & Percentage of Women in S.T.E.M. from 1970-2011 Source: Rachel Ignotofsky, "Women in Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who Changed the World"
Who's in the Labor Force?  Estimated percentage point difference between labor participation rates for men and women ages 25-54 in the year 2015  Source: International Labour Organization (ILO) / Christopher Groskopf / NPR

Gender: Labor Force Participation

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Source: Weeden, Kim A. . "State of the Union 2019: Occupational Segregation"
Source: Pew Research Center
Women accounted for a greater share of employment in many higher-skill, white-collar occupations in 2018  Source: Pew Research Center

Gender: Occupational Sex Segregation

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Source: Fortune
Women @ Work: Sound bites and statistics from women who lead.    (10 of 15; Sources on slide 15)
Women @ Work: Sound bites and statistics from women who lead.    (3 of 15; Sources on slide 15)

Gender: Women's Leadership & Ownership

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Artist: Ashley Lukashevsky (@ashlukadraws)
Source: Pew Research Center
Source: Pew Research Center

Gender: The Pay Gap

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an old photo of a woman looking at her cell phone with the caption that reads, actually this means they're not embracing gender equality
Men are not embracing gender equality. Not really.
Young Men Embrace Gender Equality, but They Still Don't Vacuum ~ @nytimes.com Actually this means they're *not* "embracing gender equality" ~ @JessicaValenti
the percentage of women workers by organization group, as well as men and women in 2013 - 2017
Percentage of Women Workers by Occupation Group: Millennials in 2015-2017
Source: Weeden, Kim A. . "State of the Union 2019: Occupational Segregation"
a tweet that reads, we were really told she slept her way to the top instead of men in power abused their power
We were really told "she slept her way to the top" instead of "men in power abused their power by withholding promotions and threatening demotions if they did not receive sex from their workers." ~ @MaudMostly
two graphs showing change in how students spend their time during the pandemic period
Change in how academics spent their time during the pandemic (by gender)
Change in time academics spent on research during the pandemic, by age of youngest child (and gender) Source: Tatyana Deryugina, Olga Shurchkov and Jenna Stearns / The Washington Post
Insidious Expectations
two tweets that have been posted to someone on their twitter account, one is holding
One of the simplest explanations for the domestic gender gap is that lots of men--even so-called progressive ones--still want housewives. I don't mean these men necessarily expect women not to work outside the home, but that they build their lives around the expectation that their wives will handle literally everything in the domestic sphere. They won't say "it's a woman's place," but they might say "she's better at it." ~ @JessicaValenti
three women sitting on a chair with the words equal pay today
Equal Pay Today!
Artist: Ashley Lukashevsky (@ashlukadraws)
average hours of weekly housework for women in the united states, from 1950 to 2009
Average hours of weekly housework
Men are doing more than twice as much housework as they did in the 1970s, but women still get stuck with the majority of work around the house. Source: Michigan Institute for Social Research
a bar chart showing the number of jobs that people have paid to work for their children
Activities of moms and dads with full-time jobs (average hours/week)
Working moms pick up more child care and household duties than working dads—about 80 minutes more every day. Meanwhile, dads enjoy nearly 50 more minutes of watching TV and other leisure activities on a daily basis. Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics / Congressional Budget Office
a bar chart showing the percentage of people who have lost their jobs in each country
Who does the household cleaning? (2016)
Source: ISSP Research Group
a woman's poster with the words our society lives on women's unpaid labor
"Our society lives on women's unpaid labor"
Artist: France Corbel
the percentage of people who are paying for jobs
Many see more opportunities for men in getting high-paying jobs, 2019
Source: Pew Research Center
the number of women in different countries is shown on this page, with an arrow pointing to
Men are more likely than women to agree that men should have more right to a job in hard times, 2019
In some countries, men are more likely than women to agree that men should have more right to a job in hard times Source: Pew Research Center
a bar chart showing the number of people who have served jobs in different countries, by country
Views differ on whether men should have more right to a job than women when jobs are scarce, 2019
Views differ across globe on whether men should have more right to a job than women when jobs are scarce Source: Pew Research Center
some people think that women have more opportunity than men
Many think men have more opportunities than women when it comes to getting high-paying jobs, 2019
Source: Pew Research Center
the bar chart shows that there are many different types of people in this country, and they
Household Work before and after the COVID-19 Pandemic, by Gender (May 2020)
Source: Long Doan, University of Maryland, May 15, 2020; N = 2,400
the percentage of college completion has increasing faster than in higher - skilled graduates, according to those
College completion has increased faster among women, especially in high-skill occupations
College completion has increased faster among women than men, especially in high-skill occupations, 1980 to 2018 Source: Pew Research Center
the number of women who have worked in high - skill jobs from 1950 to 2013
The gender wage gap narrowed more in high-skill jobs from 1980 to 2018
Source: Pew Research Center
the number of women who have worked in gender and men's health services is growing
The gender wage gap narrowed from 1980 to 2018
Source: Pew Research Center
women's engagement is increasing by more than men's especially in high - skill jobs
Women's earnings increased by more than men's, especially in high-skill jobs, 1980-2018
Source: Pew Research Center
some women are more likely using social skills than others
The earnings of women and men vary similarly with the change in importance of skills, 2018
Source: Pew Research Center
women's employment is rising faster than men's in high - skill occupations
Women's employment is rising faster than men's in high-skill occupations, 1980 and 2018
Source: Pew Research Center
the chart shows that women are more likely to be in employment than men and women
Women accounted for a greater share of employment in many higher-skill, white-collar occupations
Women accounted for a greater share of employment in many higher-skill, white-collar occupations in 2018 Source: Pew Research Center
women's presence in light - skill and unhanded jobs or falling in low - skill occupations
Women's presence in high-skill jobs is rising and is unchanged or falling in low-skill jobs
Women's presence in high-skill occupations is rising and is unchanged or falling in low-skill occupations Source: Pew Research Center
a table that has some information about women's jobs and their roles in the workplace
Women are primarily engaged in nursing and men in assorted managerial pursuits, 2018
At the very top of the skills ladder, women are primarily engaged in nursing and men in assorted managerial pursuits, 2018 Source: Pew Research Center
bar chart showing the percentage of women and men in different areas of employment, from 2010 to 2013
The top employing occupations for women and men are different
Source: Pew Research Center
women have a greater presence in social media than men and women, according to age
Women have a greater presence in occupations needing high social and fundamental skills
Source: Pew Research Center
the line graph shows that women and men are more likely involved in socialized work
Amid a growing need for skilled workers, women lead in filling many types of jobs
Amid a growing need for skilled workers, women lead in filling jobs in which social, fundamental and analytical skills are most important... ...and it is one reason their earnings are growing faster than men's, 2019 Source: Pew Research Center
the number of female ces in the fortune 500
Number of Female CEOs in the Fortune 500
Source: Fortune
a woman sitting at a desk in front of a group of men who are standing behind her
"Describe what you can bring to this company."
Artist: Will McPhail
a line graph shows the number of men and women in each country
Median weekly earnings of men and women, by occupation, 2019
Source: Philip N. Cohen / CPS AAT39 via BLS.gov
a bar chart showing the number of women receiving interviews in an interview, and how they are
High-Class Men Got More Interview Invitations at Elite Law Firms Than All Other Applicants Combined
Higher-Class Men Received More Interview Invitations at Elite Law Firms Than All Other Applicants Combined Source: Rivera, Lauren and Andras Tilcsik. 2016. "Class Advantage, Commitment Penalty," American Sociological Review.
a woman with long blonde hair and a speech bubble above her is an ad for the company
Women @ Work: Sound bites and statistics from women who lead. (10 of 15; Sources on slide 15)
an image of the social media page for women's rights and children's rights
Wage gap, women in the workplace
an info sheet shows the number of people in different countries, and how they are spending
Sexual Objectification: What is It?
(5 of 9) How Women Are Portrayed on Screen in the Top 500 Films Forbes 2013 List of the Top Ten Highest Paid Actresses Made a Collective $184 Million Versus $465 Million Made by the Top Ten Male Actors. In 2013 the highest paid female actor, Angelina Jolie, made $33 million, roughly the same amount as the two lowest-ranked men... [click on this image to find a short video and analysis of sexual objectification in the media]
a comic strip with an image of a man covering his face in front of a crowd
The Big Bang Theory [click on this image to find a short video and analysis about the sexism of Super Bowl ads] http://amajor7.tumblr.com/post/36460559667/bazinga-or-something (Thanks for sharing this, Nathan!)
Source: Aldridge, Alejandra and Nathan Lee. 2019. "Where Do Women Serve? A Comprehensive Analysis of the Gender Gap in U.S. Government." Local Government, Investigations, Government, Percentage
Percentage of Women in Local Government by Population Quartiles (2016)
Source: Aldridge, Alejandra and Nathan Lee. 2019. "Where Do Women Serve? A Comprehensive Analysis of the Gender Gap in U.S. Government."
a bar chart showing the percentage of women in local government by region, and how they are
Percentage of Women in Local Government by Region and Position
Source: Aldridge, Alejandra and Nathan Lee. 2019. "Where Do Women Serve? A Comprehensive Analysis of the Gender Gap in U.S. Government."
a bar chart with the percentage of women in u s government by level and position
Percentage of Women in US Government by Level and Position
Source: Aldridge, Alejandra and Nathan Lee. 2019. "Where Do Women Serve? A Comprehensive Analysis of the Gender Gap in U.S. Government."
three different types of buildings with numbers on the front and back, one in grey
Women @ Work: Sound bites and statistics from women who lead. (3 of 15; Sources on slide 15)