This. Just this.
Data shows most Americans making minimum wage are women. In reality, not only are more than half of all minimum wage workers women, they’re adult women with children who earn half of their family’s income. For this reason, not only is raising the minimum wage to $10.10 a labor rights issue, but a major women’s issue as well.
Women are more likely to hold low-wage jobs than men. In 2012, 64% of minimum wage workers were women compared to 36% of men. This means about 2.4 million women earn the minimum wage or less, while approximately 1.2 million men do. This imbalance is even more striking once you consider that women are just 46.8% of all employed workers in the United States.
No, Olaf Skoogfors is not the punch line to your uncle’s Sven and Ole joke. He’s a jeweler whose work will be on display at the MMAA’s upcoming show, “OBJECTS: MMAA,” opening on February 9th.
Skoogfors was born in Sweden, and moved to the United States where he became an artist and educator in Philadelphia. His jewelry, like the MMAA’s collection piece, “Untitled (pin),” from 1966, was inspired by natural imagery and texture.
Time is weak.