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The Equal Pay for Equal Work Act and its impact on the American economy

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  1. The Equal Pay for Equal Work Act for women
  2. Exploitation in the workplace
  3. Women joining the workforce
  4. Two income households
  5. Impact on business
  6. Settling labor disputes

The nineteen sixties were a time of change in the world and especially in America, where Vietnam protests and demands for civil rights had taken off. In this time of change the sixties saw women in greater numbers demanding the same rights as men and one of those rights was the ability to join the workforce. As members of the workforce, women argued that they had the right to receive pay equal to those of their male contemporaries and hence the Equal Pay for Equal Work Act was put into law on June 10th, 1963. This act has had a broad number of implications not only on society, but on the economy since adding a whole other sector to the workforce broadened the economy.

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