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Career priorities within dual career households : an analysis of the impact of child rearing upon gender participation rates and earnings.

Hardill, I. and Watson, R. (2004) 'Career priorities within dual career households : an analysis of the impact of child rearing upon gender participation rates and earnings.', Industrial relations journal., 35 (1). pp. 19-37.

Abstract

The impact of child rearing upon male and female participation rates and earnings within 130 dual career households is investigated. Female participation rates and earnings in households with children are significantly lower than both comparable males and females without children. No significant gender differences exist in pay in childless households.

Item Type:Article
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Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-2338.2004.00298.x
Record Created:23 Mar 2007
Last Modified:01 Feb 2010 15:35

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