Women in professional training

Parrish, John B.
May 1974
Monthly Labor Review;May74, Vol. 97 Issue 5, p41
Academic Journal
Discusses the nature and extent of changes between 1960 to 1972 in selected professions in the United States in which women have constituted only a very small proportion. Trends in earned academic degrees; Evidence that rigid sex stereotyping of many U.S. professions may become relaxed; Increased pressure on schools to provide more part-time training opportunities and more flexible schedules.


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