Men and Women in the Workforce
Hanna Rosin talked about her cover story in the July/August, 2010, edition of The Atlantic magazine, “The End of Men: How Women Are… read more
Hanna Rosin talked about her cover story in the July/August, 2010, edition of The Atlantic magazine, “The End of Men: How Women Are Taking Control -- of Everything,” which examines the implications of women becoming the majority of the workforce for the first time in U.S. history, as well as obtaining more college degrees than men. In her article Ms. Rosin asks, “What if modern, post-industrial society is simply better suited to women” and discusses this social role reversal and its cultural consequences. She responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. close
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