Thursday, May 22, 2008

Women in the Workplace,Discimination,problems Against

Women in the workplace

1. In 1900, 20% of workforce women were married
Only in minority, immigrant or destitute families were married women likely to be engaged in paid work Read More..

2. Employers particularly sought women for several rapidly growing occupations
including clerical duties, teaching, and nursing.These were jobs that men usually declined, in part because they were relatively low paying and offered little chance for advancement,Read More..

3.Women became interested in Paid Employment Because
As the economy became more complex, they and their family members began to want new products and services. This required....Read More..

4.Women found yet another reason to Seek paid work
Specializing in childrearing and homemaking became too risky. In a climate where Read More..

5.Women made private arrangements for the care of her children or relatives
In some cases, particularly where the woman earned a high salary, she could hire multiple replacements for her previously unpaid Read More..

6.Revolution Begun by Women's Burgeoning Employment
women's burgeoning employment, parents should receive paid leave of up to one year to care for newborns Read More..



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