By Jean-Pascal Soudagne
A old travel of Verdun
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By contrast, there are so few women train drivers they are not picked up in national statistics at all. Alongside these structural changes the composition of the labour market in the post-war period, as well as seeing an increase in participation by women, also became more ethnically diverse. 3 Employment by status, occupation and sex in banking, teaching and railways, 2005 Occupation Banking Financial institution managers and office managers Counter clerks Teaching Secondary school Primary and nursery Special needs Railways Train drivers Male 000s Female 000s % female Total 000s 184 219 54 403 38 178 82 216 175 59 18 205 335 64 54 85 78 380 394 82 16 – 0 16 Source: Labour Force Survey 2005.
Part I Work and Identity: Exploring History, Culture and Subjectivity This page intentionally left blank 1 Charting Historical Change: Work in the US and UK during the Twentieth Century This chapter considers some dominant ideas concerning the changing nature of work over the twentieth century, many of which assume that economic growth and technological and occupational changes over the last century have undermined the traditional tensions in the nature of work: between taking pride in work and alienation from it.
5. Government services include the National Health Service and teaching. difference with the American experience. 6, from the mid-twentieth century onwards, the UK was much more ‘European’ in its reliance upon the state sector. In the context of much stronger UK liberal-interventionist and social democrat political traditions than in the less state interventionist American polity, it is not surprising that the share of employment within the public sector (excluding the nationalised market-facing industries) rose above the 20 per cent level in the 1970s, a level it has never exceeded in America, and then stayed there.
A Historical Tour of Verdun by Jean-Pascal Soudagne