The "man-cession" of 2008-2009: it's big, but it's not great
Howard Wall ()
The Regional Economist, 2009, issue Oct, 4-9
That men are losing jobs at a much faster rate than women during this recession shouldn't be a surprise. The pattern is typical. And it's not just the men in the hard hats who are out of a job - men in almost all categories of work are being affected disproportionately.
Keywords: Recessions; Unemployment (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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