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When women bring home a bigger slice of the bacon

Justin Lahart and Lauren Silva Laughlin writes in The Wall Street Journal, "Over the past half-century, women have profoundly reshaped the U.S. economy. The changes that are happening now could be just as significant. Investors should take notice. 

In 1970, only half of women in the U.S. aged 25 to 54 were in the workforce. Since then that figure has risen to three-quarters. For men it has moved in the opposite direction, slipping from 96% to 89%. Over the same time, more and more young women enrolled in college, leading them to more lucrative jobs. Women working full-time now earn 80 cents on the." READ MORE>>

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