Nine reasons why women’s workplace incomes are low
First, “low” income women are used to tolerating low-income “low” income women so they can accept jobs that do not even meet basic needs, usually because such jobs can give them “freedom”.
High-income women believe that pay must be commensurate with working hours.
But “low” income women rarely think (and are not interested in) that their income can also go up.
High-income women usually choose careers with better incomes and hope that their wages will rise.
“Low” income women do not even dare to think so, and do not believe that they can make a lot of money.
Second, “low” income women always underestimate their own value. Women are particularly vulnerable to underestimating themselves, which is why their income is “low” to their potential.
A series of surveys conducted at numerous universities has shown that women can accept lower continuous pay than their male colleagues for the same lab job.
This is not changed by the level of income of women in their previous job.
The root cause, according to some psychologists, is a “depressive effect.”
According to the definition in the latest issue of the Journal of the American Psychological Association, the depressive effect refers to the fact that people who only account for a minority in society tend to underestimate themselves in the face of the social elite.
Vulnerable groups will take this vulnerable category for granted.
When they see the advantages of the dominant group (ie men), women think they should be, no matter how unfair this advantage is.
Third, the “low” income women are willing to work even if they do not get it. The “low” income women often pay time, knowledge and skills, and finally get nothing.
They want to do some work without pay.
They are too accustomed to this, and in most cases, they do not even realize that these jobs are unpaid.
Women are generally generous devotees.
Society is overjoyed and eager to exploit these volunteers.
This is not good for women to increase their income, and it is not good for women to increase their confidence.
Fourth, the “low” income women are lame negotiators. If they want the “low” income women to open their mouths and ask for money, whether they are asking for a raise or a quotation, they are always very reluctant.
Some women have never thought of them.
A lady once told me her experience: “I once asked a career consultant:” Please think for me, how much money can I earn?
‘The consultant’s answer was simple and outspoken: “I see, you go to find a job, and you get as much money as they give you.
‘It ‘s not easy for women in every income bracket to ask for money.
High-income women are also reluctant (very few people are willing), but they finally open their mouths, so they have come to this point.
The more they are afraid, the more they have to do.
Fifth, “low” income women suspect that the rich love the poor. Most people have misunderstandings about money.
The perception of “low” income women is particularly negative, especially for the rich.
Many women will tell you that they don’t like rich people.
In this regard, women are more prejudiced than men.
A survey of 2,300 adults over the age of 18 by the American Association of Retired Persons revealed that a full 40% of women believe that rich people are greedy, insensitive and consciously superior.
”Low” income women even look down on the rich and scoff at the way they think the rich spend their money.
A woman said to me in an unquestionable tone: “The rich are not happy.
Have you ever seen this rich man have a good time?
I don’t think so!
Because there are too many restrictions.
Sixth, the “low” income women think that the poor is the noble. The “low” income women disdain the rich, but praise the poor life.
Many people take pride in living in poverty, and it seems that poverty is more noble and richer than wealth.They think that rich people are not good, and money itself is not a good thing.
Many “low-income” women sincerely believe that money is dirty, materialism is bad, and frugality is the virtue.
They also believe that being able to reject the temptation of money is a big step forward.
Seventh, the “low” income women are mildly self-destructing personality. The most effective way for women to maintain extreme poverty is to trouble themselves.
“Low” income women always unconsciously throw a variety of banana peels on their way.
For example, applying for a job that is not enough for you, conflicting with colleagues, procrastinating, halfway through, and constantly changing jobs, always good when you reach your destination.
Their common characteristic is that they are attacking everywhere, the energy is scattered, and they are not focused.
They always make these mistakes endlessly and endlessly, until one day they suddenly look back, and then they regret the stupid things they did.
Eight, “low” income women are typical symbiosis. “Low” income women will sacrifice personal safety and dreams, putting others’ needs above themselves.
Children, spouses, jobs, churches and friends are more important than their own needs and goals.
They are more like lambs on an altar than loyal employees or loyal wives.
There are subtle differences between the two, but women with “low” income have no idea where the difference is.
”Do I like my job?
“A” low “income woman didn’t expect me to ask this question.
“I did this job for my daughter to finish school and for this husband.
Indeed, I feel less and less paid.
Due to the stress of work, my stomach is still out of order.
But what else can I do?
“For every woman I’ve met, it’s an extremely difficult challenge to satisfy myself without forgetting my responsibilities and not neglecting the people I love.
In fact, they can achieve the symbiosis of family and career.
For example, the joining of Kuka Ka jewelry is a good business opportunity for women to start a business. In terms of women’s entrepreneurship, Kuka has launched a culture policy to provide women with a guarantee for successful business.
Nine, a “low” income female confused financial management A survey by Phoenix Financial 2007 showed that more than half of the female respondents acknowledged that they were unable to make ends meet, and acknowledged that “I am very worried about money”.
This is very visible.
A 1998 study by the American Research Center for Women and Retirement found that half to two-thirds of women between the ages of 35 and 55 will fall into poverty by the age of 75.
This is a very scary prospect, especially for high-risk groups such as “low” income women.
They are more resistant, save less, invest less, and don’t know where their money goes.
They are often crisis after crisis, moving money from one account to another, tearing down the east wall to fill the west wall, and desperately falling to the abyss of disaster.