In a 1995 Virginia Slims poll, just one in six women and one in five men were willing to express disapproval of mothers working
while raising children; one in three explicitly approved, and the rest said that whatever the mother wanted to do was right.
A standard work week that is compressed into fewer than five days by working
more hours each day.
I think of workers' rights not just in terms of recent trends in real wages or the latest decisions by the National Labor Relations Board but in the larger sense of the rewards and respect that working
people receive, on and off the job.
Two weeks after the birth of her son Joshua, she was attending vocational school to be a medical assistant and working
part time as a waitress.
Besides sizable increases in the working
-age population, proportion of the working
-age population that is either working
or looking for work has been on an upward trend throughout the past four decades (chart 3).
Occupational stress and burnout amongst staff working
with people with an intellectual disability.
some students may have been far enough along in the dropping out process to prefer working
to schooling; or
capital improvements won't generate cash as quickly as tapping a line of credit, companies can unlock dramatic amounts of money from their operations in surprisingly short periods of time -- with no obligation to pay it back.
with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender college students: A handbook for faculty and administrators (pp.
Rumours of the death of working
class consciousness in Britain have, of course, been greatly exaggerated.
Employers are primarily counting on keeping people working
longer and increasing productivity to minimize the impact of a work force shortage," said Dunnington.
The study reports that 653,300 working
poor persons were found in Canada in 2001.