I’m the Only One Who Can Do This (and I’m Not the Only one who Needs a Favourite Book!)
In the aftermath of the Great Recession, some people turned to a variety of media outlets for advice on how to survive.
The problem with this is that most of these publications were written by men, and they are, quite frankly, pretty biased.
We are talking about women here, too, so the bias is more pervasive and insidious.
As we know, the gender wage gap is real and it is not a “girl problem”.
If a woman wants to make it in the world of journalism, she should just be a woman.
If a man wants to do it, he should just try harder.
Women are also more likely to be self-employed, have higher degrees, and to work outside of the home.
In fact, in the United States, a woman earning $30,000 annually would earn only 58 cents for every dollar a man makes, and only 40 cents for a man with a four-year college degree.
That’s not a huge difference, but it is a big difference.
And it’s a difference that will not be fixed with a simple salary increase.
The real problem is the lack of diversity.
And if you’re a woman and you want to make a career in the entertainment industry, it is probably not the time to go looking for a new job.
And you are also not the only one.
This is why it is crucial that women who want to become journalists and other journalists make a choice.
Do you want a job in the media, and a paycheck that will support your children, or do you want the freedom to choose your own path?
The choices you make will determine whether you have a career or not.
So here are some of the most important choices you should make to make yourself a better journalist and to give yourself a decent wage.
Choose the Right Job
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