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Woman awarded £184k in 'first caste discrimination' case

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Stars of the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team File Federal Complaint Over Wage Discrimination

It's time to pay — literally. Stars of the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team File Federal Complaint Over Wage Discrimination.

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from the Guardian

Let Elizabeth reign until the end – then stop this charade

Next week, she’ll be our longest-reigning monarch. But historians will struggle to find glory in her era

from nytimes.com

Top Female Players Accuse U.S. Soccer of Wage Discrimination

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from LearnVest

Beat Wage Discrimination: How Women Can Get Paid as Much as Male Colleagues

There's a reason most colleges offer study-abroad programs. MainStreet talked with several travel and business experts who told us about the ways travel can help boost your résumé.

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TV ratings for US Mens National Team increase 32% in 2016 after Copa America boost In addition to revenue generated sponsorships and attendances TV ratings are one of the key metrics that US Soccer measures to gauge theeffectiveness of the federation. During 2016 both the US Mens National Team (USMNT) and US Womens National Team (USWNT) saw impressive ratings figures from participating in Copa America and the Olympics respectively. While the attendance figures look grim theTV ratings…

from The Frisky

Five U.S. Women’s Soccer Players Have Filed A Wage Discrimination Lawsuit

Five U.S. Women’s Soccer Players Have Filed A Wage Discrimination Lawsuit - The Frisky

from NYTimes.com

Top Female Players Accuse U.S. Soccer of Wage Discrimination

This is a graphic representation of the wage gap between men and women in the same sport (soccer). (Findings)

from the Guardian

US women's soccer team accuses federation of wage discrimination

Five top USA women’s soccer players have filed a federal wage-discrimination complaint against the US Soccer Federation on behalf of the entire team

Tips to deal wage discrimination at workplace: Many times a firm loses out capable work force because of bias, workplace politics and wage discrimination.

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