When the first “boys’ baby” was born in the U.S. in 1980, it was a huge moment for the industry.

It marked the first time baby boomers had a generation of young men and women who were spending more time in the workforce and in the homes of their parents.

By 1990, more than half of American households were headed by someone under the age of 35, with an increasing number of households being made up of mothers.

But in the 1980s, the industry was a big business and there was a need for maternity clothes.

While the baby boom was creating new industries for men and boys, women also needed new clothing for their children, and the fashion industry was beginning to see a resurgence.

In the 1980’s, the fashion market was in the midst of a resurgence fueled by the growth of women’s fashion, particularly in women’s wear.

But it was still early in the “baby boom” era when women were spending most of their time in their homes and not shopping in stores.

While it is still a bit of a mystery as to why the first babies were born in maternity gear, the women who had to do it weren’t all moms.

According to the United Nations, around 90 percent of women in the United States work in the fields of construction and domestic work, compared to around 70 percent of men.

While women are making more money, they still earn less than men.

The trend has continued over the decades.

In 2013, the U-N report found that the average U.N. woman earned $16.32 per hour in the labor market, compared with $15.77 for men.

By 2020, it is expected that the U.-N’s Gender Gap Report, which tracks gender inequality in the work place, will show that women will continue to make only 75 cents for every dollar men earn.

But with the advent of the internet and social media, the work-life balance has become even more fluid.

Today, the majority of women do not have a job at all, while most men do.

As women are increasingly taking on more responsibilities in the home and in their careers, they are starting to experience greater gender disparities in the way their jobs are paid.

According in the report, the average woman in the global workforce is earning less than the average man on average, and there are even more gender disparities when it comes to career opportunities and compensation.

While a lot of women may be able to make more money as a single parent, that’s not always the case.

In some countries, like the U, the pay gap is wider, with women earning 77 cents for each dollar a man makes.

The World Bank reports that in many countries, the gender pay gap actually goes up when the gender wage gap is narrowed, so that the gap becomes smaller for women.

Women in many developing countries are also starting to make less than their male counterparts.

In a 2015 study, researchers found that women in Latin America and Africa earn less per hour than men in the region.

For example, in Brazil, a region with one of the highest rates of female poverty, women earn 77 cents per hour.

In other countries, women in developed countries earn more than men do, with the gender gap in most countries narrowing to about 75 cents.

While there are still a lot more women working in fields like construction and agriculture than there were in the early 1980s and 1990s, in the next decade or two, it will be easier for women to get into these fields and earn a living.

The new jobs for women The new roles for women in these fields are starting in unexpected places.

For one, the demand for maternity care is exploding.

While some studies have found that more than a quarter of women work in caregiving, more and more women are starting their careers in these professions, especially in agriculture.

In 2015, a new study from the Pew Research Center found that while women were working full-time in the agricultural sector in 2015, they were working part-time and earning less money than men, who earned 76 cents for their hourly earnings.

In 2019, Pew also reported that, according to data from the Census Bureau, more women than men have entered the workforce as nurses, health care workers, and school teachers, while less than half had worked in agriculture or mining.

But while women are getting more of these jobs, many are still finding them a challenge.

In fact, women who are making the most money earn the least.

A 2014 study by the Umar Khalidi Center for Gender, Race and Social Change at the University of California, Berkeley found that, in contrast to the gender income gap in the 1990s and 2000s, women have been making less money over the past three decades.

The study found that a majority of all women between the ages of 25 and 64 who were in paid work earned less than $10,000 per year in 2013.

Meanwhile, women making less than that earned 77 cents