from an earlier report in the Washington Post;
The examples are useful.
Sexism in a woman’s state of birth and in her current state of residence both lower her wages and likelihood of labor force participation, and lead her to marry and bear her first child sooner,” they find. Even more striking, the prevalence of sexism in a woman’s birth state seems to affect her later earnings and outcomes even if she moves to a place with less sexism.
The article maintains that political views and state-based sexism can diverge, which is certainly true in my recent experience. That is, liberal guys in sexist states can be less supportive or tolerant of female assertiveness and disagreement. OR so it seems to me.
Would that people thinking of jobs had the luxury of thinking of a state’s sexism.