The Working Woman
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In this paper the author looks in-depth at a few articles regarding the role of women in the Canadian workforce. The author starts by highlighting the changes in the attitude of the Canadian workforce to women and how the gap differentiating men and women has dropped significantly over the past few years. The author then goes on to discuss a few named articles that relate to working women. In conclusion the author looks at the value of the unpaid worker and how they can be evaluated. Introduction Article 2: Worth More Than We Earn: Fair Pay as a Step Toward Gender Equity, By, Ida L. Castro. Article 2:Growth of Women Led Business in Canada Article 3: Unpaid Labor Counts in Canada Census Article 4: We Spend More Time Working For Nothing Than We Do for Money
From the Paper:"Women have made dramatic gains in the past few decades, both in education and in the workplace. More women are attending and graduating from college than in the past; equal proportions (almost one quarter) of young women and men (between the ages of twenty-five and thirty-four) now have college degrees. Women are moving into professions traditionally dominated by men, although job segregation and a gender-earnings gap are still evident."
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