Listening to (and Appreciating) the Voices on the Front Lines

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In 1979, the Women Employed Institute released a national study of clerical workers in the United States titled “The Women of the Office: The Economic Status of Clerical Workers.” The research noted that clerical workers, mostly female and underpaid, are in many ways an invisible workforce. The study began with a quote from one of those clerical workers that summarized their feelings:

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