Working Women Survey By AFL-CIO Finds 48% Have Had Job Problems In Past Year

June 2004
Insurance Advocate;6/14/2004, Vol. 115 Issue 23, p25
Discusses the results of the American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) "Ask a Working Women" survey which showed that working women are concerned about finding and keeping good jobs with basic benefits in current U.S. economy. Finding that being employed does not ensure basic benefits; Concerns of working women; Indication of jobs crisis' deep impact on working families in the U.S.; Confirmation of working women's contribution of a majority of their families' income. INSET: TODAY'S ECONOMY.


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