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Accounting for Gender: A gender analysis of support for work in South Bank and Grangetown

Accounting for Gender: A gender analysis of support for work in South Bank and Grangetown

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A gender analysis of the Job Connect employment service from Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council. Findings revealed a quality service, but one that met men's needs more than women's.
A gender analysis of the Job Connect employment service from Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council. Findings revealed a quality service, but one that met men's needs more than women's.

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Published by: Oxfam on Apr 08, 2011
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The resident population of Grangetown, as measured in the 2001 Census, was 5,887 of
which 47 per cent were male and 53 per cent were female. The resident population of
South Bank, as measured in the 2001 Census, was 8,053 of which 48 per cent were
male and 52 per cent were female. The resident population of Redcar and Cleveland
was 139,132, of which 48 per cent were male and 52 per cent were female.

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