Even the roles of housekeeper and 'hotel manager' can be interesting. After all, most of these jobs, when undertaken as paid employment, would be classed as professional and desirable careers.
Why, therefore, is it suggested by many feminists that when women decide to stay at home, they spend their whole time washing nappies and vacuuming? It is true that these things have to be done. A career woman will often employ someone to do such tasks for her, and while many people would be pleased with the income from such employment, it is another example of the less than 'sparkling' work that most of the workforce spend their lives doing.
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