August 1973
Monthly Labor Review;Aug73, Vol. 96 Issue 8, p76
Academic Journal
Examines changes in the employment status of women in the U.S. between 1967-1969. Overall rate of change; Comparison of white verus black women in the labor force; Factors influencing labor force participation.


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