I think it’s safe to say that many women are still making films and TV shows, whether they’re in their 20s, 30s, or even 40s.
But it’s not just for entertainment, according to new research.
In fact, more women than men are now making movies and TV, and the number of women working on these shows is on the rise.
That trend could mean that women are getting paid more for their work.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Jennifer Saunders, a professor of economics at the University of California, Irvine, said the rise in the number and importance of women making movies may have contributed to the gender pay gap.
“If you are a woman making a movie and you are also a producer, you are being paid more than if you are making a feature film,” Saunders said.
“It could be because women have more experience and are better at making movies, and they are also more experienced at finding their voice in the industry.”
The gender pay gaps are getting biggerThe research has been led by researcher Angela Ostermann of the University at Buffalo.
She’s the lead author of the study, which will be published in the journal Economic Dynamics in January.
In her research, Osterman and her colleagues examined the pay of women and men working in a variety of industries and industries in which women are less likely to make their own films.
They found that while women were making more movies and television than men, their wages were still less than their male counterparts.
“The pay gap has increased as more women have moved into film and TV,” Ostermans study states.
“This is a trend that has persisted over time and has not changed much over the last 15 years.”
This trend may not be a new one, Oostermans research indicates, because the gap in pay between men and women has been increasing over time.
Women in the workforce make about $3.15 an hour, while men make about seven times that amount.
The gender wage gap is $1,500 per year.
It’s estimated that women make about 77 cents for every dollar earned by a man, but it’s still a large gap.
Women make less than men on average for the same level of experience, according the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
So why is the gap still there?
“Women make up more than half of all full-time workers, but that’s not necessarily because of what they do or how much they earn,” Saunders told The Huffington Post.
“Women are doing something more than just doing a job.
They are contributing to society.”
This study is just the latest in a long line of research on women’s participation in the entertainment industry.
A 2008 study by researchers at Cornell University and Columbia University found that women, by and large, are not as interested in working as men.
Women may be too busy for the time and money invested in them.
There are also some differences between the industries in terms of the number or types of jobs women are able to hold.
For instance, while women make up about 15 percent of the workforce, they are only 10 percent of production staff and only 2 percent of writers, according a 2016 study by the Center for American Women and Business.
But while it’s true that there are a lot more women working in entertainment today than ever before, there are also many women in different professions who are working as much or more than men.
“We know that there’s a gender gap in what women are doing and how they are doing it,” Oosterman said.
The biggest barrier to women making films, for example, is that most of them are white.
In the film industry, that’s a big problem because women of color are underrepresented in the field, Saunders said, and there are very few women of colour who can make their films.
This means that women often feel like they have to take a back seat to men, Oestermann said.
This is something that many female actors, writers, and directors have faced.
“I think women have to do what they feel like doing,” Oesterman said, adding that women must work harder to be successful in film and television.
And, she said, there’s more than one way to do it.
“There are different paths to make films,” Oosters study states, adding, “I’m not saying that every woman can or should do one of those, but they can and do.”
Saunders believes that one way women can break the glass ceiling is to reach out to male colleagues.
She said that the most common message she hears from men is that they’re not interested in her work.
“A lot of people say, ‘I’m really interested in your work, but you’re not.
You’re not making it.
You just have to find a way,'” Saunders told HuffPost.
“Some of them really want to work with me, but I’ve also had that sense that they just don’t care.”
The women in this study were given some of the most