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The Women Against Walmart case is getting a lot of attention. And with it comes greater assessment of discrimination, both in hiring and on-the-job. It lead us to wonder, “How many of our readers believe they’ve been discriminated against?” Discrimination comes in many forms including, gender, race, sexual orientation, age, disability, weight, and even for beauty. Click below any/all of the forms of discrimination you’ve experienced. [poll id="14"] Then, be sure to join us this Friday, April 15 at 1:00 PM ET on "Career Reality TV" for a special episode on discrimination. I’ll be speaking to lawyer and discrimination expert, Donna Ballman, who will help us understand what’s really grounds for a discrimination case. We’ll learn why hiring IS discrimination and what you can do to minimize what you get discriminated against for. Don’t miss it! Cast your vote and then share your reason why in the comments below! You can tweet your answer too - just use the #CareerBG hashtag if you do!


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