If care work were remunerated, it would turn over three times as much annually as the IT sector worldwide.
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"Wages for housework would turn our whole system off its hinges."
Professor Uta Meier-Graewe
"Wages for housework would give women more bargaining power."
Selma James, Wages for Housework activist from the very beginning
The exploitation of unpaid care work is similar to the exploitation of nature.