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Paul Davidson – USA Today – Thursday, 13 June 2013 (originally published 09 Jun)
Women are catching up with men in the race for jobs.
After trailing men through most of the jobs recovery since 2010, women this year are keeping pace and their unemployment rate has fallen far more rapidly.
“We have seen the recovery picking up steam for women,” says Joan Entmacher, vice president of the National Women’s Law Center . . .