For two, the cost of shutting that industry down does not cover the cost of starting new energy industries to replace it. Or were we just going to go without 37% of our electricity?
I picture vast fields of hipsters pedaling bolted-down fixies with generators attached.
Honestly (and this is just my opinion), I don't think women want to look at it as "effort/time put in = money". They see the position, it is basically the same "tier" for a man and a woman, and the woman makes less. Never mind that particular man may have worked X more years and puts in Y extra hours.
I know, troll. But I'm serious. It's a factor in manpower planning, especially in smaller teams.
Right. It ain't called "womanpower" planning. Amirite fellas?!
I can see this on my pizza.
Ask your mummy to make you one.
So I guess that answers the question I had about "Littleender".