Sexism In The Sales Industry

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There are many issues I feel deserve the spot light when the topic "Issues of today" comes up, however, the issue I will speak about during this time comes from a personal level. It's about the sexism in the car sales industry, and the psychological impact it has on both men and women. From time to time, I often find myself thinking whether or not the business is worth it, because of the amount of stress I go through everyday, however, beggers can't be choosers, that is why I stay. Everyday I see our managers (all men) give our female-salesmen higher expectations, lower income, and split their deals into "half deals" with the male-salesman (half-deals are when a salesman gives another their customer, because they are either busy with another

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