Rise in number of low paid women

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The proportion of young women doing low-paid, low-skill jobs has trebled during the last 20 years, according to a study carried out for the TUC by The Work Foundation.

The study found gender segregation is rife at the lower end of the youth jobs market, with just one per cent of young women in skilled trades, compared with 20 per cent of young men.