- OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN: 1 IN 2000? Bolton, Lesley // Accountancy;Dec1991, Vol. 108 Issue 1180, p29
Comments on the formation of the organization Opportunity 2000 in Great Britain by the Business in the Community group to improve women's employment. Names of legislators who participated in the launching of Opportunity 2000; Findings by the Ashridge Management Group on the need to implement...
- Viewpoint. Glancy, Sharon // Training Journal;Apr2013, p32
The author reflects on the difficulties facing women who attempt to balance their career development with a home life. Based on her experience in the hospitality industry, the author notes that many people recruit and promote employees similar to themselves which presents a challenge to women...
- Sorry, boys--Donna Reed is still dead. Braus, Patricia // American Demographics;Sep95, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p13
Reports that although women's labor force participation rates were slightly up in 1994, there is evidence that the share of women in the labor force may have reached a plateau. Reasons for the stabilization; January 1995's issue of `Employment and Earnings'; July 1994's `Monthly Labor Review';...
- Women's work. Crispell, Diane // American Demographics;Nov97, Vol. 19 Issue 11, p36
Focuses on the women's share of the total United States workforce. Increase in the share of occupations women dominated; Jobs which women have become a majority of workers; Proportion of women engineers and carpenters in 1975 and 1995.
- A new workforce. // Crain's New York Business;7/5/93, Vol. 9 Issue 27, p31
Presents statistical data on New York City's work force. Increase in the entry of women and minorities in the force; Decrease in the percentage of white workers in the city; Gains of women in the managerial work force; Child care workers and housekeepers as the top job categories for females.
- WOMEN IN ACADEMIA STATS. // Minnesota Women's Press;Jan2012, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p29
A chart is presented that reports statistics about women's professions, education and salary history.
- Going out to work. // NEA Today;Dec92, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p23
Examines the increasing numbers of women in the work force. Disappearing stay-at-home Mom; Increases of women by racial groups; Percentage of women in work force; More.
- did you know? // Employers Law;May2008, p27
The article presents statistics on the percentage of British managers who would not recruit a woman if they knew she would fall pregnant within six months of starting a new job.
- The good news about women's work. // Glamour;Feb94, Vol. 92 Issue 2, p78
Presents statistics on women employment. Average number of weeks spent looking for work; Average time in flexible work arrangement; Rise and fall in the number of men and women employed in the recessions from the years inclusive 1969 to 1991.