Understanding the `millennium woman'

October 1999
Multichannel News;10/04/99, Vol. 20 Issue 41, p69
Focuses on the importance and value of the `Millennium Woman' to the cable industry. Clues to the identity of the mystery woman revealed in popular culture; Major characteristics; Increase in the proportion of married women in the workforce.


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