By 1989, twenty states had implemented programs to raise the wages of workers in female-dominated jobs in their state civil services.
Testimony concerning the Fair Pay Act of 1994 before the Subcommittee on Select Education and Civil Rights, U.S. House of Representatives Based on findings from the project The Economic Effects of Pay Equity in the States.
Testimony before the Committee on Finance, U.S. Senate, on the IWPR report Women’s Access to Health Insurance.
A lecture given at George Washington University as part of the Annual Nancy Yulee Lecture Series. Overview of women’s labor force participation, women’s educational attainment, the wage gap, and family roles, as well as public policy changes that could help to alleviate gender inequities.
In the past several months, various think tanks and organizations have released agendas filled with policy recommendations to be considered by the new administration.
This report presents highlights, in chart form, of the status of women aged 18-34 from 1970 to the present time, covering demographic, economic and social characteristics.
Though secretarial and clerical occupations were not always female intensive, they are currently the largest women's occupational category in the US.
A comprehensive study of women's lives in Louisiana. Available by mail in limited quantities. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to place an order.
This paper argues that analyzing the livings standards of husbands and wives within families is a critical challenge for researchers concerned with the valid measurement of family well-being.
A comprehensive study of women’s lives in Kentucky.