|List of Figuresxiii|
|List of Tablesxiv|
|List of Casesxviii|
|Labour market restructuring and social change1|
|Britain as a case study2|
|The 1991 Census 1% and 2% SARs3|
|A new typology of sex-segregated and integrated occupations7|
|Recent trends in occupational segregation15|
|Structure of the book21|
|2 PROFILES OF INTEGRATED AND SEGREGATED
|Theoretical and methodological approaches to occupational
|Qualifications and careers33|
|Other job characteristics39|
|Personal characteristics of workers46|
|Social relations at work: divorce and remarriage rates47|
|Reversion to sex-typical occupations56|
|3 OCCUPATIONAL SEGREGATION, SOCIAL
STRATIFICATION, AND THE PAY GAP66|
|Occupational segregation and social stratification66|
|Social stratification scales68|
|Social class and occupational segregation69|
|Average hourly earnings and the pay gap73|
|Occupational segregation and the pay gap76|
|Occupational grade and earnings79|
|Cross-national comparisons: Britain and the USA81|
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Book title: Social Change and Innovation in the Labour Market:Evidence from the Census SARs on Occupational Segregation and Labour Mobility, Part-Time Work and Student Jobs, Homework and Self-Employment.
Contributors: Catherine Hakim - Author.
Publisher: Oxford University.
Place of publication: Oxford.
Publication year: 1998.
Page number: ix.
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