By V D Mahajan
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In September 1948, there were about 75 workers in the same section, including only five men. 10. The mean wages of all women in the weaving department in March 1946 was 91 per cent of those received by men. In September 1948, the gap became wider, with women earning only 83 per cent of the wages received by men. These simple figures confirm the existence of a significant wage differential between men and women in a typical activity of the textile industry, although the 1946 difference is much less significant.
At Tecidos Paramount, there were probably different conditions among the female labour force in terms of age and experience. Second, the rates of absenteeism for women were usually higher than those for males, directly affecting their final wages under a piece-rate system. The double role of worker and housekeeper, sometimes combined with having to care for children, made both young and mature women more likely to miss work.
16 The discussion will only touch upon structural factors (such as demographic structure and migration) affecting labour supply as emphasis will be placed on the structure of employment in the industries selected. First, the analysis will focus on the evolution of the labour force according to different skills. Second, it will chart the presence of women in industries, as well as how this presence evolved. Third, the section will also present a brief discussion of young workers (between 14 and 18 years old) and their importance to industrial labour at the time.
A History Of Modern Europe Since-1789 by V D Mahajan