This publication reports our research findings on the factors in women's lives that influence their career decision-making and planning, with recommendations on how service providers and policy-makers can work to promote career development for lower-income women.
More reports like this one are available on WE's website under Media Center > Publications > Expanding Career Options.
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Title: What do you want to be? Lower-Income Women Face the Job Market
Publication date 2002-01-01
Publication Year 2002
Women Employed Institute
, career development
, building career
, women employed
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