|Book's title:||Why men earn more : the startling truth behind the pay gap--and what women can do about it Warren Farrell.|
|Library of Congress Control Number:||2004022209|
|National Bibliography Number:||GBA486058$2bnb|
|National Bibliographic Agency Control Number:||013052920$2Uk|
|International Standard Book Number (ISBN):||0814472109|
|International Standard Book Number (ISBN):||9780814472101|
|System Control Number:||ocm56591811|
|Cataloging Source:||DLC, DLC YDX UKM MUQ OCL BAKER CRH LMR IXA BTCTA YDXCP|
|Library of Congress Call Number:||HD6061 .F37 2005|
|Dewey Decimal Classification Number:||331.2/153$222|
|Personal Name:||Farrell, Warren.|
|Publication, Distribution, etc.:||New York . AMACOM, (c)2005.|
|Physical Description:||xxxiii, 270 p. : ill. ;, 24 cm.|
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||Includes bibliographical references (p. -236) and index.|
|Formatted Contents Note:||pt. 1. Twenty-five way to increase your pay |
[ch.] 1. Field of dreams : choose the right field and higher pay will come
[ch.] 2. The field-with-higher-yield formula : one to five
1. Choose a field in technology or the hard sciences, not the arts or social sciences (pharmacology vs. literature)
2. Get hazard pay without the hazards (female administrator in Air Force vs. male combat soldier in Army)
3. Among jobs requiring little education, those that expose you to the sleet and heat pay more than those that are indoors and neat (Fed Ex deliverer vs. receptionist)
4. In most fields with higher pay, you can't psychologically check out at the end of the day (corporate attorney vs. librarian)
5. Fields with higher pay often have lower fulfillment (engineer vs. childcare professional)
[ch.] 3. The field-with-higher-yield formula : six to ten
|Formatted Contents Note:||6. People who get higher financial rewards choose fields with higher financial and emotional risks (venture capitalist vs. supermarket cashier) |
7. Many fields with higher pay require working the worst shifts during the worst hours (private practice medical doctor vs. HMO medical doctor)
8. Some jobs pay more to attract people to unpleasant environments without many people (prison guard vs. restaurant hostess)
9. Updating pays : currency begets currency (sales engineer vs. French language scholar)
10. People who get higher pay also choose subfields with the "high pay formula" (surgeon vs. psychiatrist)
[ch.] 4. Doing time : people who get higher pay...
11. Work more hours, and it makes a big difference
12. Have more years of experience, especially in their current occupation
13. Have more years of recent, uninterrupted experience with their current employer
14. Work more weeks during the year
15. Are absent less often from work
|Formatted Contents Note:||16. Commute to jobs that are farther away |
[ch.] 5. On the move : people who get higher pay are more willing to...
17. Relocate, especially to undesirable locations at the company's behest
18. Travel extensively on the job
[ch.] 6. Responsibility, training, ambition, and productivity : people who get higher pay...
19. Take on different responsibilities even when their titles are the same
20. Take on bigger responsibilities even when their titles are the same
21. Require less security
22. Have more relevant training in their current occupation
23. Have higher career goals to begin with
24. Do more in-depth job searches
25. Above all, produce more
Conclusion to part one : twenty-five ways to increase your pay
|Formatted Contents Note:||pt. 2. Women in the workplace |
[ch.] 7. What women contribute to the workplace
What men love about women (at work, that is)
[ch.] 8. Why women and men approach work so differently, yet so similarly
Male- and female-owned businesses reflecting work-life decisions
If women contribute so much to the workplace, why do some men seem so threatened?
[ch.] 9. The myths that prevent women from knowing why men earn more
How the belief in the discrimination against women hurts women's careers
[ch.] 10. Discrimination against women
Mentorship's rebellion process
Men have "a wife" ; women don't
[ch.] 11. Discrimination in favor of women : why women are now paid more than men for the same work
Do women earn more for the same work?
How the fear of male sexuality leads to discrimination against men
[ch.] 12. The genetic celebrity pay gap
And what, pray tell, is a "genetic celebrity"?
The genetic celebrity as tip magnet
[ch.] 13. Two nagging questions...
When women enter men's occupations, doesn't the pay go down?
"Isn't the issue more than equal pay, isn't it comparable worth?"
[ch.] 14. Conclusion : toward a new vision of men and women.
Equal pay for equal work
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