Men still pick “blue” jobs and women “pink” jobs

Men still pick “blue” jobs and women “pink” jobs
February 18, 2019 Economist.com
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The Economist poses the question: Does it matter that the labour market is so sex-segregated? To formulate an answer, it shares statistics that reveal how  every year, a few women become the first of their sex to hold a particular job – and that that is in fact, currently, no longer the case. This article examines why men still pick “blue” (collar) jobs and women “pink” jobs.

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