Why do Women Normally Re-enter the Work Force?
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Workshops in Computing
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According to statistics quoted at a recent conference, 51% of women return to a different job after a career break and 63% of women in the 25–45 year age group work. Figure 1 shows the percentage labour force participation of females in EEC countries in 1986 [EEC 89].
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