progression of the woman’s movement, a subsequent evolution would occur that in return, would see in recent years, an increase in women that would enter into the world of working. At this point in time, most men themselves would continue to work, while some may elect to stay home with the family. For those involved, it would become a question of right, as well as responsibility that would guide the ultimate decision that would be made. For many women that would be something that each and everyone would have to face in their own lives.
In recent years, “With Nancy Pelosi second in the line of succession to the presidency and Hillary Clinton currently vying for the top spot herself, there’s no denying that the role of women in America has changed. The image of the quintessential homemaker at her stove, wearing an apron and tending to her children, has been replaced by the ambitious female executive, in her sleek business suit, working her way up the corporate ladder,” (Alonso, et.al., 2007). As this example would illustrate, the role of the woman, would evolve over time, to the presence had currently that would allow far more opportunities for women outside of the home, than would have otherwise been thought of before. It is quite commonly known that, in terms of earning a living wage for work performed, men would still earn over and above the wages earned by women, even for those working in the same field as one another. Instances of racial lineage and gender, being considered to a greater extent, than the concentration paid to the work that would have been performed.
According to the United Nations Development Fund For Women, or (UNIFEM), “Women bear a disproportionate burden of the world’s poverty. Statistics indicate that women are more likely than men to be poor and at risk of hunger because of the systematic discrimination they face in education, health care, employment and control of assets,” (UN, p.1). With the signs of advancement