Coronavirus Cancels Women's Careers HaHa - MGTOW
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How coronavirus could do real, long-term damage to women’s careers
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This video is brought to you by a donation from Georges. He didn't send me specific topic so I'd like to cover a video called: "How coronavirus could do real, long-term damage to women’s careers". The worry is that if office environments open up before schools it means that mothers have to stay at home and take care of their kids instead of being able to return to work. While they are at home men will of course go back to work and men will get the promotions and corner offices and it's unfair because way more women than men will be stuck at home taking care of rugrats. At the end of the video the woman discussing this issue says that companies have to take into consideration both explicit and implicit bias when it comes to wether or not to give a woman a promotion. To me is just sounds more about bullshit baffling the brain. I'll get to more about how and why Coronavirus is cancelling women's career in just a second but let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor the MGTOWs Guide To Retiring on 200k in Southeast Asia: Anyways, now back to the video. In the link I put in the description it's mentioned that 11.2% of women versus 10.2% of men are unemployed over the age of 20 in America. Forget about the wage gap. Now it looks like there's also an unemployment gap. Women are also more concerned about running out of money within three months. It's also mentioned that women spend 15+ hours more a week on domestic labor. Try telling that to many guys where their wife disappears into the kitchen and four hours later there still isn't anything to eat except tv dinners. Plus from my personal life experience it's women that make the bulk of the messes in the house. After-all a woman forces a guy to sell off all his personal stuff and the house is full of her personal items. So is it fair to expect men to do fifty percent or more of the household chores when they are making something like ten to twenty percent of the mess? The link I shared discusses how women in higher paid positions are suffering because they will lose promotions to men. Men of course being the villain. But what about women that work in the service industry? 20-30% of mall stores are permanently closed. Mind you working at Chuck E Cheese is not a career but those women are still getting it up the rear. Especially the ones that work selling clothing and personal goods because the majority of those jobs like amazon delivery people, UPS drivers and warehouse workers are given mostly men. Sure women are lowing low paid jobs but there aren't enough of them coming back to give women the opportunity to work. So here in Canada for example the government is getting into hundreds of billions of dollars worth of debt to hand money off to people that aren't working all the way into September. There's talk that it's going to become a universal basic income. What most people don't realize is that basic income needs to come from somewhere. Even at near zero percent interest rates if the government keeps borrowing and borrowing within ten or twenty years the interest rates on the debt will be untenable. But that's a long ways away and the people in power are just kicking the debt can down the road. But who's fault is it that women are losing more jobs than men?
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