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Review of Peer Article: 'Is the Gap More Than Gender?'

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The peer-reviewed article should contain a section on how the data was collected, and a data analysis section.

The review should lean towards the following hypothesis - The wage of a male employee well educated is higher then a female employee with the same education level.

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The peer-reviewed article should contain a section on how the data was collected, and a data analysis section.

Within the social and biological sciences, gender differences continue to be an area of research, interest and debate. Gender differences seem to be a focal area in which data has been collected by researchers especially within organizational behavior and work-family conflict settings. The uniqueness of the topic in which this article was created regarding gender, varying disciplinary perspectives have set forth to study it and analyze it. Analytically, the issue of gender differences has been done so from an angle of structural causes as well as economic consequences by economist and sociologists. On the other hand, psychologists and gender researchers have analyzed this issue from an angle of the social construction of gender roles.

Collection of data was done through segmentation of the different elements that constitute gender differences such as wage gaps which constitute part of demographics, ...

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The solution reviews the peer article called "Is the Gap More Than Gender?'

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