50 years ago, the man of the house would work to support their family and male’s jobs generally involved physical labour. Smoking was allowed on the job and tea ladies used to take morning tea refreshments around to workers.
Since then, women have been placed on a more equal standing in the workplace and technology has produced more sedentary and mental work.
An analysis conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics on past five decades has found substantial growth in the number women in workforce who now return to jobs after having children.
46 oer cent of employment came from the production industry, like manufacturing or agriculture... today only 23 per cent of jobs come from the industry.
Click here to see a timeline of events which affected the workforce as well as more findings from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Article from Career One.
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