Women Who Work. Part 2

Married Women in the Labour Force, the Influence of Age, Education, Child Bearing Status, and Residence. by Statistics Canada.

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Other titlesSpecial Labour Force Studies. no.2 : Women Who Work. Part 2- Married wo Men in the Labour Force, the Influence of Age, Education, Child Bearing Status, and Residence.
SeriesDbs Catalogue -- 71-514, Dbs Special Labour Force Studies -- 2
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