From the TUC

Women and recession: One year on

10 Mar 2010, by in Economics, Equality, Labour market, Public services

We’ve just published a new review of the impacts that the recent downturn has had for women at work, and examining how proposed public sector cuts might have a heavy impact on working women and families.

I’ve written a post about the issue for Progress Online, which you can read over here.

One Response to Women and recession: One year on

  1. Recession Report #16: a better than expected labour market, but underemployment continues to rise | ToUChstone blog: A public policy blog from the TUC
    Mar 10th 2010, 3:35 pm

    […] jobs are intrinsically safer, but that more (around 40% of female employees nationally) work in public sector occupations where large scale redundancies have not taken place. Should large scale public sector cuts take […]