The British labour market is characterised by patterns of occupational job segregation with a concentration of women within particular sectors, and at certain levels within these sectors. The types of employment in which women predominate tend to be lower paid, with less opportunity for career progression, than those occupied by men. This suggests that there is an under‐utilisation of female labour power within many sectors of the economy.
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