Columnist Mrs. Roesch (King Features) obviously thinks the women's work which is never done is not enough--she should be...

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WOMEN IN ACTION

Columnist Mrs. Roesch (King Features) obviously thinks the women's work which is never done is not enough--she should be active in the job market where 27 million are now employed (six out of ten married, five out of ten over forty). This is a U.S. Department of Labor statistic, and practically everything else in this book has been said in any number of books like it (get a job; get ahead in your job; adjust it to your life as a single woman, a married woman, a mother; work opportunities--in the world, at home, and at various ages). Primary information, a secondary choice.

Pub Date: Aug. 1, 1967

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Page Count: -

Publisher: John Day

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Aug. 1, 1967