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The paper discusses how in the mid to late 1990s, the role of women in society seemed to be changing. It was no longer unheard of for women to work outside the home. Rather it was more or less expected for women to strive to be as good as men in the workplace, if not better than them. The paper describes how today there are successful women as corporate executives, owners, business presidents, lawyers, judges and doctors; women proliferating in professional areas in which they were the exception even a short time ago.
From the Paper:"But are women as equal as they could or should be? And what is the future of women in business or society? Suzanne Falter-Barns discusses women in the workplace in 1997. At that time, she states that up to three-quarters of married women with "dependent children" worked outside the home. Just over a third of those women worked in permanent full-time positions (Falter-Barns 28)."
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Women Today (2006, December 01) Retrieved December 09, 2023, from https://www.academon.com/essay/women-today-90376/
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