…two highly relevant statistics emerge:
1. Men are more likely to hold full-time jobs –According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), about 60 million men were employed full-time in 2007, compared to about 42 million women. Men were thus 42% more likely than women to be working full-time.
2. Men work more hours –”Full-time” is defined as working 35 hours per week or more. The BLS reports that among the 21.8 million people working more than 40 hours per week, 15.3 million are men (70%) and 6.5 million are women (30%). So the feminist assertion that women are paid 75 cents on the do