Occupational segregation on the Irish labour market
Ursula Barry, William Foley, University of Manchester. Institute of Science and Technology, Network of Experts on the Situation of Women in the Labour Market, European Commission. Equal Opportunities Unit
Manchester School of Management, University of Manchester, Institute of Science and Technology, 1992 - Business & Economics - 69 pages
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Section B Case Studies of Occupational Segregation
Policy Issues for Equality of Occupational Opportunity
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Appendix ASTI banking sector barpersons Category Detailed Occupational Census of Population Central Statistics Office CERT chefs & cooks Civil Service clerical workers clerks Detailed Occupational 1971 detailed occupational categories Drivers Dublin Electronic Workers employed employees European Commission F M F female employment female labour force female percentage female proportion female workforce Finance Workers grades graduates Higher Education Authority important industry Irish Civil Service Irish economy Irish pounds Labour Force Survey labour market maids & related makers male number of women occupational data occupational groups occupational structure Packers and Bottlers Painters and Decorators participation rates pattern percentage of women position of women posts Printing Workers promotion proportion of women Proprietors and managers qualifications recruitment related workers Report representation of women Science Service Workers sex segregation shows Source Stationary Engines studies sub-sector Table Technical Workers Third Level Tobacco Workers typists vertical segregation Wkrs women teachers women workers workers n.e.s.