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November, 1987, Vol. 110, No. 11
Women's work plans: contrasting
expectations and actual work experience
Associate professor, Department of Economics, Pennsylvania State University
Eighty percent of women with work plans were in the labor force, while 50 percent who did not plan to work were employed; those women with consistent work expectations earned higher wages.
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