Already paid less than men, women are still asked to do the ‘office housework’

For three years working as a marketing manager for a film distribution company in New York, 25-year-old Hannah was tasked daily with menial jobs like picking up office supplies at the store, delivering packages to clients and planning the company holiday parties.

Hannah, who asked that her last name not be used for fear of repercussions from the former employer and her colleagues there, said she felt her two male bosses treated her “like an intern” because she is a woman. Now at her current job, with female employers, she is never asked to take notes in meetings or do other work “below her pay grade.

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