Women's occupational opportunities: a cross-cultural test

Behavior Science Research Vol/Iss. 23 Published In Pages: 205-233
By Naroll, Maud, Naroll, Frada, Naroll, Raoul


Social complexity will be positively associated with greater occupational choice for women (207)


The raw number of occupational choices for women increases with complexity. However, compared to men's choice, the relative amount of choice for women remains low even as complexity increases (212).


Test NameSupportSignificanceCoefficientTail
CorrelationNot SupportedNot Significant-.18UNKNOWN