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Recent research has found that changing policies and attitudes and improved economic performance have impacted on the labour market dynamics for women and the increased feminisation of the South African labour force since the mid-1990s has been well documented. While employment has increased more rapidly for women than for men over the period, it has been suggested that women are overrepresented in low-income, less secure employment. In and as a result women are also overrepresented amongst thedoi:10.2139/ssrn.967277 fatcat:prt3vxlt4bbf7iltmtat6k5wse