Some demographic and sociological factors relating to the workforce participation of married women in Australia
The rapid increase in the number and proportion of working wives, not only in Australia, but in all highly industrialised countries, is a phenomenon which has important economic, social, and probably political, consequences. The future growth of the Australian economy depends largely on the availability of manpower, and at a time when migrants - particularly skilled migrants - are becoming increasingly hard to attract to Australia, and to hold here, the importance of married women to...[Show more]
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