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Women working in 'stereotypical jobs', says new study

Women in Wales continue to work mainly in stereotypically female jobs, a new study suggests.

More than half of women surveyed work in public administration, education and health, according to women's economic development agency Chwarae Teg.

Joy Kent, Chwarae Teg chief executive, and Tina Burgui-Jury, a cabinet maker and carpenter recently qualified from Barry College, spoke to BBC Radio Wales' Bethan Rhys Roberts.

  • 24 Apr 2013