CREATED ON 22nd February 2017
COMPLETED ON 24th February 2017
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Let's Expose the Gender Pay Gap

I need a one page reaction paper to the article "Let's Expose the Gender Pay Gap" from The New York Times-August 13, 2015 by Joanne Lipman. The paper needs 3 sections ,1. Insight (describe a key insight gained from the article include an objective and a subjective description. 2. Linkages-describe how the insight relates to one reported in another reading (Lean IN by Sheryl Sandberg) 3. Action what are two future actions that I may personally consider to me more effective. Each sections has be labeled.
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