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  • Australian kids aspire to gender-stereotypical jobs
  • Australian kids aspire to gender-stereotypical jobs
    Scott Hill (2015) ©
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Australian kids aspire to gender-stereotypical jobs

Despite the persisting gender gap, research suggests children in Australia are still aspiring to traditionally gender-stereotypical jobs. With the future of the labour market set to undergo major change Down Under, initiatives are helping support kids in realistically planning their future.

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