Home#TTAReportsThe SABPP Women’s Report 2018 : Women Blue Collar Workers

The SABPP Women’s Report 2018 : Women Blue Collar Workers

As an underrepresented group in women’s workplace literature, blue-collar workers feature deservingly in this year’s women’s report. Working in predominantly male-dominated jobs and industries, with the exception of the clothing and textile industry in South Africa, these women often hold jobs that support entire families on a single income. Since little is published on the life and work of women blue-collar workers in South Africa, this year’s edition of the Women’s Report covers an interesting spectrum of contributions, offering focused chapters to start addressing this gap.

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