Women and work
Women Constitute Half Of The World S Population And Approximately One Third Of The Official Labour Force.Unlike Employment Of Adult Male Labour That Of Women Labour Had Shown Upward Trend. Rural Women Engage In A Wide Range Of Income-Generating Activities, But Their Participation In Labour Market Is Subject To Serious Constraints, Lack Of Access To Land And Other Resources, Lack Of Control Over Labour And Income And Lack Of Physical Occupational Mobility.Women At Work Consists Of The Following Topics: Women S Work; Review Of Studies On Middle Class Women S Entry Into The World Of Work; Female Labour And Capitalism In The Us And Brazil; Work And Status Of Women In The Ussr, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia And China; Women And Self-Employed; Women In Work-Force In Australia And New Zealand; Women Managers Etc.
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