Poll: Is This A Sign Of Progress Or Discrimination?

Women are making their mark in the workplace, but it seems that men are still getting the bigger paycheck at the end of the day. Although women got more raises than men this year, men got more money, according to this infographic by TribeHR. Researchers found that 7.4 percent of women received raises while only 6.2 percent of men got a bump in pay. However, men were three times more likely to get pay raises of 25 percent or more. Why do you think this is? Is this a sign of progress or discrimination? Or do you think things just worked out in the men's favor? What do you think? We want to know! Please take our poll, and tell us what you think in the comment section below! [poll id="95"] Photo Credit: Shutterstock

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