The paper "Employment Discrimination between Men and Women" is an outstanding example of a management research proposal. Gender differences in employment positions have been evident in many occupations. This report aims to compare the income earned by the male and female in the workplace. It brings out the fact of discrimination in the workplace regarding the gender issue. Inequality in the salary of women is a controversial issue in the United States. Although the women’ s opportunities for getting a job is now easier after the imposition of the Civil Rights Act making sex discrimination illegal.
There is evidence which shows women’ s salaries are lower than the men salaries to a certain extent even if they are doing the same job (Morris, 2005). This overwhelming issue would be discussed through the comparison of the data collected from a large corporation in the United States. This report will identify differences in relation to job category, amount of salary and sex of employees. Method The data of this report includes samples from the US where secondary education takes 12 years and undergraduate college education takes 4 years.
It is a random sample collected from a large US corporation and consists of 446 samples. Demographic variables such as sex, age, education level, language background, and previous employment will be analyzed. In addition, employment information on job classification, current salary (grouped and ungrouped), beginning salary, and months since hire will be analyzed to come up with conclusions. The analysis involves a comparison in the change in salary per month between the two genders, comparison of the frequency distribution of men and women across job classifications, and comparison of men and women in terms of the summary statistics. Research Question Compare the change in salary per month between men and women in terms of summary statistics for center and spread.
Is the difference in means statistically significant? Compare the frequency distribution of men and women across job classifications. Is any difference statistically significant? For each job, classification compares men and women in terms of the summary statistics you used in Q. 1.