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The proportion of women in top socioeconomic groups (managerial and professional jobs) is, apart from the size of the wages gap between women and men, the best measure of the degree of gender inequality in paid work. While there has been a remarkable quantitative expansion in female labourmarket...
The conditions for women's employment have changed profoundly in Sweden in the early 1990s. Employment rates are failing and unemployment rising. The changes are associated with a radical redirection of economic policy as economic stability has replaced full employment as the primary objective....
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