The Color of Money: Pay Equity and Race
In this paper, we plan to present statistical facts and figures on how money is given differently depending on who you are. We plan to engage in college degree rates based on women and women of color, the average white male’s salary compared to women of color, and job performance in men versus women, and high-performing men versus women. For this reason, we wish to open the audience's eyes to the gross misconduct that has plagued the American workforce. Hopefully, by the end of this paper, we will have depicted another aspect of today's current workplace in America. To help express our point, we will use graphs and statistical data demonstrating this inequality.
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