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@57XN3G4 answered…6mos

If a man and woman both have same education and experience, then yes.

@92JXK3J from New York answered…7mos

We should not force equality. Just ensure that man and woman are paid equally for equal qualifications. If one is more qualified and does the work better, he/she should get paid more than an underqualified lazy person, and the gender pay gap is a myth created by feminists, just like many other myths, to get sympathy.

@7ZHRR4Z from Illinois answered…7mos

Yes, but only at a base salary with room for increase based on education, experience, and tenure.

@924MYCK from GU answered…7mos

@93F4MVT from Michigan answered…8mos

Wages for equally qualified individuals doing the same job should be equal, regardless of gender, but experience, tenure, etc. should also be considered, which may warrant varying salary

 Deleted answered…8mos

Yes, and non-binary individuals should be paid the same salary as well

@9375C2N from California answered…8mos

yes, they should pay men and women the same hourly wage, but salary can be different due to factors such as hours worked

@92ZYZRW from Missouri answered…8mos

People should be payed to their capabilities. If a man or women does a job worse pay them less or fire them.

@9334YP3 answered…8mos

No, unless pregnancy leave is unpaid and employers may stipulate that becoming pregnant constitutes breach-of-contract, women should be paid less because they are less reliable employees.

 Deleted answered…9mos

Yes, and non-binary individuals should be payed the same salary as well

 Deleted answered…9mos

Yes, and non-binary individuals should also be payed the same salary as well

@92YX7Z9 from California answered…9mos

If the two individuals have the same experience, and skill, provide the same purpose and are equally sufficient, then yes. But many variables play into the wage gap that go much further than simple sexism.

@92XHZPP from Missouri answered…9mos

@92W2BVG from Ohio answered…9mos

It shouldn't be based on gender it should be based on the type of work you're doing.

@92QJ5QN from Kentucky answered…9mos

I think it matters on how much work one person is doing so if the women does more work then the man then the women should get more money for the same job

@92MKFDT from California answered…9mos

I think it depends on the jobs because sometimes, male could be more demanded or female could be more demanded depends on the jobs.

@92NQ4PZ answered…9mos

Yes, but only the base salary should be required to be the same. Raises, and pay bumps must also be requested by the employee with a written document listing work quality.

@92JXK3J from New York answered…9mos

Only if the woman is equally as qualified as the man. Employers should not be required to pay an under qualified woman the same as a qualified man, and vice versa.

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@5BMM5HX answered…9mos

 Deleted answered…9mos

No, except for the minimum wage, the government should not get involved in the salaries of private companies.

@8ZSR5NL from GU answered…9mos

Yes, they should earn the same amount of salary under the same conditions in the same position, unless they can't perform the job as adequately.

@9276939 from Pennsylvania answered…10mos

Yes in theory, but there are too many other variables such as education, experience, and tenure that determine a fair salary.

@9238GCD from Colorado answered…10mos

Yes, assuming all past experience, and ability levels are the same.

@heatherdvdprince… answered…11mos

No, there are too many other variables such as education, experience, tenure, and negotiation skills that determine a fair salary, and the government should never determine what a private business should pay employees, except for minimum wage

 @8XVVHDP from New York answered…11mos

Yes, but under the premise that other variables such as education, experience, and tenure are factored in the decision of salary

@ThomasJj88 from Georgia answered…12mos

@8HF7ZMS from North Dakota answered…12mos

 Deleted answered…1yr

Yes, if they work the same amount of hours and perform their job adequately, under the same conditions in the same position.

@8Y2SW4M from Minnesota answered…1yr

@8Y2P7SY from Minnesota answered…1yr

If both men and women are doing the job well and it is the same job then they should

 Deleted answered…1yr

Yes, women should have the opportunity to earn the same salary as men, if they work the same amount of hours and perform their job adequately, under the same conditions in each position, but I think pay should be merit-based.

 Deleted answered…1yr

Yes, women should have the opportunity to earn the same salary as men, if they work harder and do the same amount of working hours, under the same conditions in the same position, and are just as competent unless they can't perform the job as adequately.

 Deleted answered…1yr

Yes, women should have an opportunity to earn the same salary as men, if they work harder and do the same amount of working hours, under the same conditions in the same position, and are just as competent unless they can't perform the job as adequately.

 Deleted answered…1yr

Yes No, there are too many other variables such as education, experience, and tenure that determine a fair salary

Yes, women should have an opportunity to earn the same amount of salary as men, if they work harder and do the same amount of working hours, under the same conditions in the same position, and are just as competent unless they can't perform the job as adequately.

 Deleted answered…1yr

Yes No, there are too many other variables such as education, experience, and tenure that determine a fair salary

Yes, they should earn the same salary, if they work harder and do the same amount of work/hours, under the same conditions in the same position, and are just as competent unless they can't perform the job as adequately.

 Deleted answered…1yr

Yes No, there are too many other variables such as education, experience, and tenure that determine a fair salary

Yes, they should, but only if they work the same amount of hours, under the same conditions in the same position and are just as competent and do the same amount of work.

@8XQCD4Q from Washington answered…1yr

@8XGHN4X from Missouri answered…1yr

@8VC2Q88 from Virginia answered…1yr

 @8XB4HMH from California answered…1yr

@8X3KQBN from Nevada answered…1yr

Yes, pay should be determined only by the amount and quality of work done, race, gender, sexual orientation, etc. should not affect the amount of pay given.

@8WVSFDZ from New Jersey answered…1yr

Yes, but, although the gender pay gap is real, the adjusted pay gap for work/revenue at the office is only about 5% according to numbers from 2010.

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