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Women looking for their 300K with funny photography

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 8-04-2014 15:30 | Category: Discrimination, Women's Issues

Women's Inc: Women looking for their 300K with funny photography.

This new and funny campaign from Women’s Inc. in The Netherlands is about the wage gap. About the fact that women get € 300.000 less salary in their entire career. Men and women have the same rights in the flat country, but still not the same opportunities.

Women can reduce a large part of the difference in the choices they make According to Women’s Inc. In addition to the print campaign, the organization has therefore developed an online test. With recommendations how they could reduce the difference.

Related wage gap campaigns:
- Shameful campaign about fat, black, bald and ruddy people
- How To Get A Raise In 47 Seconds
- Satisfaction: the Granny Remake for EqualPayday
- Equal Pay Day 2010
- It’s not the hormonal rages
- Equal Pay Day


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