Yet, of course, a greater proportion of these jobs that women have are either part-time or of modest pay. And many of these women can only afford to take a part-time or lowwer paid job because they are being supported by a man! (either directly: a husband or boyfriend, or indirectly: by generous benefits from the taxpayer (who is mostly male)).
The questions that aren't being asked are: How are women going to react if they increasingly become the only or main breadwinner? How is our society going to be affected by an ever-increasing population of out-of-work men? Whats going to happen to all these women in the public sector if we have to massively cut-back on taxpayer spending in this area (as the dire state of our public finances will surely demand)? Also, if women are so prevalent in being employed in the public and service sectors, someone needs to look into whether there is a bias against men applying for jobs in those areas.