Gendered Equity? Comparing Explanations of Women's Satisfaction with the Domestic Division of Labour:

@inproceedings{Layte1998GenderedEC,
  title={Gendered Equity? Comparing Explanations of Women's Satisfaction with the Domestic Division of Labour:},
  author={Richard Layte},
  year={1998}
}
the household has undergone fairly rapid changes over the last 20 years. Although women have not achieved equality with men in paid work, as measured by the gender gap in earnings and authority, and by high levels of sex segregation, women’s participation in paid employment has increased dramatically, and higher proportions of married women are remaining in employment throughout the child-bearing and child-rearing years. Despite these changes however, the gender division of labour within the… CONTINUE READING