Share your “Working Life” with The Irish Times
This week, The Irish Times is examining the lives of working Irish women, and how the workplace has changed for them since the lifting of the Civil Service “marriage bar”, which prevented married women from holding a job, 40 years ago. To complement our new Irish Times/Ipsos poll of “Women at Work”, we are inviting readers to share their experiences – on or off the record of the workplace.
You can write about the past or present, and tell us about your experience of career progress, earnings, work-life balance, personal finance, the cost of childcare, or any other subject.
Please write directly into the form below. A selection of contributions may be published in the paper.
Conor Goodman, Features Editor
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