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Women in Telecommunications: Exception to the Rule of Low Pay for Women’s Work

Within the private service sector, the telecommunications industry-- the core of the post-industrial, high-technology, information industry--has been the exception to the rule of low pay for female-dominated work.

By |2020-11-29T18:50:12-04:00May 1, 1992|IWPR|Comments Off on Women in Telecommunications: Exception to the Rule of Low Pay for Women’s Work

Increasing Working Mother’s Earnings: The Importance of Race, Family, and Job Characteristics

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By |2020-11-15T02:09:40-04:00January 7, 1992|IWPR|Comments Off on Increasing Working Mother’s Earnings: The Importance of Race, Family, and Job Characteristics

Science and Politics and the “Dual Vision” of Feminist Policy Research: The Example of Family and Medical Leave

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By |2020-12-14T02:13:15-04:00September 1, 1991|IWPR|Comments Off on Science and Politics and the “Dual Vision” of Feminist Policy Research: The Example of Family and Medical Leave

Unnecessary Losses:Costs to Americans for the Lack of Family and Medical Leave

Unnecessary Losses concludes that the costs to workers and taxpayers of the current lack of national policy are many times greater than the cost to business of having a national policy.

By |2020-11-18T00:16:38-04:00May 1, 1991|IWPR|Comments Off on Unnecessary Losses:Costs to Americans for the Lack of Family and Medical Leave

Working Parents: Differences, Similarities, And the Implications for a Policy Agenda

This paper has several goals: to describe, for the United States, the universe of working parents and their children; to note the differences and similarities among these parents and children, based on family structure

By |2020-12-02T04:30:32-04:00November 9, 1990|IWPR|Comments Off on Working Parents: Differences, Similarities, And the Implications for a Policy Agenda

Thirty-Five Million: a Preliminary Report on the Status of Young Women

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.

By |2020-11-15T01:10:42-04:00October 1, 1990|IWPR|Comments Off on Thirty-Five Million: a Preliminary Report on the Status of Young Women
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