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Some demographic and sociological factors relating to the workforce participation of married women in Australia

Richmond, C. M. G


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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Date published: 1967
Type: Thesis (Masters)


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