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Executive women in Australia : a study of corporate female health status

Hoy, Julie Lorraine. 1995, Executive women in Australia : a study of corporate female health status, M.App.Sc. thesis, Deakin University.


Title Executive women in Australia : a study of corporate female health status
Author Hoy, Julie Lorraine.
Institution Deakin University
Faculty Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences
Degree name M.App.Sc.
Date submitted 1995
Keyword(s) Women executives - Health and hygiene - Australia
Summary Women currently comprise approx. 25% of the Australian workforce in the Australian Bureau of Statistics category of Managers & Administrators. Little is known of their health status. HBA Health Management made available the results of corporate health assessments of 600 female clients in this category to carry out this health status study based on a range of medical, lifestyle and fitness indicators. Comparisons were drawn from women working within other occupational categories. Analysis showed there to be few detrimental health effects associated with being employed as a Manager & Administrator or with being married. Being a mother and employed does have some negative health effects.
Language eng
Description of original xiii, 266 leaves ; 30 cm.
Dewey Decimal Classification 614.04244/0994
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30027705

Document type: Thesis
Collections: Faculty of Health
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