Unfortunately, given the low status
of the early caregiver profession, stability is hard to achieve.
In addition, they are much more apt to work in low status
jobs for low wages with few or no fringe benefits or with little job security.
This provides additional evidence that it is a perception of having low status
that is driving the increased preference for high-status products," Mazzocco said.
The strategy states: "The particular challenges in each area will differ but are likely to include issues such as affordable housing; lack of employment opportunities; low numbers of parents transmitting Welsh to their children; low status
of the language within the community; lack of opportunities to use the language and inward and outward migration.
Wes Streeting, NUS vice-president, said some graduates would "work their way up" from low status
jobs in their chosen careers.
Using an ethnographic approach, the researchers found that Aboriginal women in mid-life often used their gendered roles and their life experiences to support family members who are dealing with external pressures such as poverty, low status
Afghanistan has one of the highest rates of maternal and infant mortality in the world, the result of decades of conflict, chronic malnutrition, high fertility rates, the low status
of women and a mainly rural population.
They must also finish above Ton Pentre, the only other club among the challengers to apply for LoW status
The current leaders of the Cymru Alliance in the north, who lost their LoW status
in 1998, are now keen to return to the national scene, according to chairman Michael Edwards.
It's highly theatrical with heightened characters who are very eloquent even if they are of low status
The princess added: ``This is hugely important for the future,'' adding that Britain as a whole needed to stop treating engineering as a low status
, ``oily rag'' profession.
Women's work over the centuries is more characterised by low status
and low pay than it is by change.