Recently we’ve heard several sides weigh in on a debate that’s been brewing for years – What’s a day’s work worth?
One of those voices shared his opinion in a letter to the editor which was printed in the Park City newspaper by a resident of Wasatch County, James Green. In the letter Mr. Green shared his opinion indicating there are reasons women and men aren’t treated as equals in the workplace and gave us a few explanations why. One was the “simple economics” of demand driving down wages for male workers. But what about women who never marry or those who are widowed? So many questions and circumstances.
I’d like to openly invite Mr. Green to attend my upcoming Women’s Day event on Wednesday, March 8. He’ll have an opportunity to hear from women who come from different walks of life and who’ve had distinct experiences. It would be good for him to take special note of BYU economics professor, Jocelyn Wikle, during the lecture portion. I’m personally looking forward to her remark.
We can all learn something from listening to the opinions of others. This is a chance for us all to discover new meanings or shifts in thought… More listening, maybe a little less judging.
So what do you say Mr. Green? Join me on March 8 and, this is just a guess, we’ll both discover something new and valuable.
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Mayor John Curtis2