Money has always corrupted in one way or another, but it is the unequal and illogical distribution of power that most plagues our cherished games.
Since 2008, the illusion of prestige has deceived millions of Americans into working for free—or worse, paying to work.
The gender salary gap is significantly more complex than a simple comparison of median earnings by gender. The gender salary gap among the highly-educated can be explained by many factors, some starting as early as middle school mathematics courses.
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