45 Pages Posted: 18 Oct 2019
Date Written: 2016
Legal-feminist studies that address employment have long focused on the nature and quality of workers’ experiences before, during, and after the exchange of labor for pay. This Article, part of a symposium on Applied Feminism and Work, sticks with this familiar attention to collective effects but focuses on the quantity of these experiences. It explores fuller employment--the creation of new jobs--as a feminist issue.
Keywords: employment, employment discrimination, workplace, jobs, job creation, shovel ready, Depression, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, stimulus
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