Matthew Palsson Posted about 3 years ago Philip Zimbardo: The demise of guys? 1.The study discusses wage differences between levels of degree rather than field of study. Example, it is far more likely for someone with a B.A in Engineering to earn more than someone with a PHD in literature. The study also does not discuss the choices of the fields either. For instance, committing to a law degree in this climate would probably find you probono work at Greenpeace where as B.A in mining and engineering will find you work upon completion of your degree. 2. If the studies were accurate then any sane businessperson would employ only woman for their company. As we know far to well, in the business world, dollars are the crunching factor and if you can supposedly get the same value and quality out of the a woman for less money than it would be completely moronic to go with a man, hence the study being inaccurate. 3. To top it off the chart describes full-time as a 35 week. If the study is not accurate in it's control then the study is rendered useless. In this instance the study does not adequately measure the exact profession/quality of work/hours worked or any other necessary factors.