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Victims Of The Recovery: Women Lose 218,000 Jobs Since The End Of The Recession (While Men Gain 768,000 Posts)

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2012292/Victims-recovery-Women-LOSE-218-000-jobs-end-recession-men-gain-768-000-posts.html

Working women have suffered the most during the recession as bosses axe staff to survive the downturn, figures revealed yesterday.

The research, by the Office for National Statistics, found women were more likely than men to lose their full-time jobs.

Figures comparing June 2008 with June last year show a 'net loss' of nearly one million full-time employees in Britain.

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Got to love the graph, the Great Recession!

Full time jobs to slowly become a thing of the past? Is their a gender bias or are women more likely to be in work which is susceptible to job losses?

At least the Italians have been quite blatant about it's the women losing their jobs.

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Victims !!! What about all those men having to work to keep there biatches in fags and vodka ?

What about all those men having to pay tax to keep the lazy bas***d single mothers in the council flats smoking them fags and drinking their mad dog 20/20 ?

The men are the victims !!!

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Male roles tend to bounce back quickly after recessions EG Construction , Female roles like council workers are more stable over longer term.

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Im a bit suspicious when the table is in thousands..that means there were 66,000 thousand women in work, thats 66 million

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Im a bit suspicious when the table is in thousands..that means there were 66,000 thousand women in work, thats 66 million

Proof that immigration is even further out of control than we imagined.

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Im a bit suspicious when the table is in thousands..that means there were 66,000 thousand women in work, thats 66 million

Out by a factor of ten?

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Partial reversion to historic norms from Labour's one-way-only social engineering.

House prices can't rise (relative to other assets) forever. Neither can women (relative to men). Both have been trends in our lifetimes, but that's all.

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WTF? I'll say it again, wtf? That 'chart' shows that men lost far more jobs in the run up to the big recession than women so no wonder they got more back after.

Yeah, but mainly women buy the daily mail. So a headline of 'men lose more jobs than women' would probably not sell as many papers......

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I think the "Bureau of Labor Statistics" gives the game away: a US chart?

LOL, the daily hate mail is getting more and more sloppy...

but interestrateripoff seems to just blindly post any rubbish he/she(/it?) comes across too...

BTW, am I the only one getting the impression that interestrateripoff is just a bot (i.e. a script that automatically checks news feeds and creates new threads based on keywords in newsarticles), not a human?

How can anyone human spend that much time checking the news and creating threads on here? :ph34r:

I mean almost 26000 posts in 3 years, that's not normal...

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