Hard at work: women in the Utah labor force
Lecia Parks, Utah. Dept. of Employment Security. Labor Market Information Services, Utah. Dept. of Employment Security. Labor Market Information Services Section
Labor Market Information Services, Utah Dept. of Employment Security, 1985 - Business & Economics - 160 pages
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1984 Annual Average 20-24 FEMALE MALE 45-54 FEMALE MALE 65 AND OLDER AARM age groups baby boom Bureau of Labor career child Civilian Labor Force comparable worth CURRENT POPULATION SURVEY divorce EARNINGS BY OCCUPATION economists Experienced Civilian Labor fact FAMILY EARNINGS FEMALE EMPLOYMENT female labor force FEMALE MALE 100.0 female occupations FEMALE/MALE FORCE PARTICIPATION RATE FULL-TIME WORKERS HIGH SCHOOL higher homemaking HOUSEHOLD husbands LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION Labor Statistics less LETLE MALE FEMALE MAMLEE MARITAL STATUS marriage MARRIED COUPLE FAMILIES MARRIED WITH CHILDREN married women median earnings median income miIi mothers NUMBERS IN THOUSANDS numbers of women occupational segregation OLDER FEMALE MALE part-time percent of Utah's PERCENTAGE POINT pink collar salaries SEX AGE Sex and Age SOURCE TEXT TABLE Top Ten Paying U.S. CENSUS BUREAU UJ UJ unemployed unemployment rates Utah and United UTAH CIVILIAN LABOR UTAH FEMALE Utah women WIFE wives woman year-old YEAR-ROUND