The to men and have had their abilities restricted

issue of exercising equality between men and women in the workplace has been an
ongoing issue for women not just in the U.S., but in South Korea as well. This
issue has been going on for decades in both countries, and though there has
been progress throughout the years, there is still inequality in the workplace
today. Women want and have been fighting for equal treatment and are determined
to get it. Throughout history, women have been seen as inferior to men and have
had their abilities restricted because their only job was to take care of the
family and the house. With time and certain events, more and more women have
entered the workplace, but still face inequality with the men. They had less
pay, had to work more hours, were replaced by men, and were discriminated
against because of their sex. Their biggest issue in the workplace was the wage
difference between men and women and it continues to be an ongoing issue which
old traditions and stereotypes being part of the reason why. Women also had to
work more hours just to make the same as a man because a man could work a
full year and earn full salary, but a woman in that same position had to work
an extra 3 months to make the same amount that the manThese were a few of the many issues women faced and is
the cause of many unions, strikes, and protests to have formed in both South
Korea and the U.S. This paper will talk about how gender inequality in
the workplace in the U.S. and South Korea affected women and what they did to
stop it and demand equality. It will include details in the difference in pay,
and treatment between men and women in the U.S. and South Korea during the 1900s
and today to see the difference between then and now. Women
in the U.S. and South Korea faced discrimination and inequality in
the 20th century when they started shifting their roles of being housewives
to working women because of the treatment and pay difference between
men and women, since the male dominant workforce only saw them as housewives,
so they began pushing for more equality.