By Judith A. Lewis
Ancient, sociocultural, mental, and biophysiological features of women's improvement.
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Although women are now a major segment of the permanent work force, their share of higher paying professional jobs has not increased substantially from 34 percent in the 1900s, to 48 percent in the 1980s (Amott & Matthaei, 1991); these numbers, of course, include professions such as teaching that have relatively low pay and even lower status. Even though law and medicine have opened up considerably in the last decade, the number of women in the nontraditional occupations has remained about the same at 9 percent, and two thirds of minimum wage workers are women (Matteo, 1993).
Women's Health: A Relational Perspective Across The Life Cycle by Judith A. Lewis