The Gender Wage Gap Part Three: Emotional Labor and Other Conundrums

Part Three in my video series on the wage gap aims to open a creative conversation about the future of work, money and gender. I start by discussing some of the current feminist arguments advocating that women be paid for their emotional labor as a way of closing the wage gap, and I share why I think these arguments are often myopic. I then utilize the “emotional labor” argument to dive into a deeper and wider discussion about the potentially powerful incentive for “re-valuing care” as a society in a way that could offer both men and women more work-life balance and more fulfilling lives…

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