Skip to main content. Lincoln, D. October 3, Equitable Growth. Main article: Occupational segregation.
Critics of single-sex schools and classes claim that single-sex schooling is inherently unequal and that its physical separation contributes to gender bias on an academic and social basis. Part of a series on. These mandatory rules can be nuanced, as in military service, where sexes are often separated in laws about conscription, in housing, and in regulations on which sexes can participate in certain roles, like frontline infantry.
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See also: vertical segregation; horizontal segregation. Table compares with data using the 24L-category classification and with data using the cat- egory classification. Sexism is the result of men and women being treated differently. Annual averages for indicate that
How occupational segregation drives down wages and slows economic growth At the microeconomic level, occupational segregation by gender substantially depresses female wages and contributes to the gender wage gap. Bokemeir and J. Assuming different roles for men and women at work and at home, male-dominated occupations remain mostly structured to meet the needs of a stereotypical male who is expected to have a spouse at home, a work-schedule issue that not only fails to accommodate women but also often actively pushes women out.
The construction labour framework was suggested as a model for consideration. Bussey, K. A recent empirical review on trends in the gender wage gap since by economists Blau and her colleague at Cornell, Lawrence Kahn, attributes half of the present gap to women working in different occupations and industries than men.