85%
Yes
15%
No
82%
Yes
5%
No
3%
Yes, and businesses should be required to publish their salary ranges for each position
5%
No, there are too many other variables such as education, experience, and tenure that determine a fair salary
3%
No, this is irrelevant because the gender wage gap is a myth
1%
No, the government should never determine what a private business should pay employees
1%
No, the current requirements in the Equal Pay Act of 1963 are already sufficient

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Other Popular Answers

Unique answers from Australia users whose views extended beyond the provided choices.

 @9L53BVXanswered…3mos3MO

No, eventually social movements and unions should be able to advocate for the victims of discrimination

 @9MJJTDGanswered…4wks4W

Yes, but only if the person of different gender does the same quality of work as the higher paying one.

 @92SZ42Janswered…2yrs2Y

The government should not dictate what a private business pays its employees. Wages should depend on education, experience and positive attitude. Gender should never come into the equation.

 @92SY22Lanswered…2yrs2Y

 @92SY4FRanswered…2yrs2Y

Yes but everyone’s wage should be accessed based on competency and worth to the company regardless of gender/sex.