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There are many images of women at work, but women artists have provided different approaches to considering women's labour in waged and unwaged economies and jobs in which women are the majority of workers or a minority. These works explore the gap between public/private activities, between the conditions of women's working lives, routine labour and rewarding/creative work, between their subject's roles as housewife and factory worker, waitress or nurse. Women artists consider their own investment as well in their labour as artists, mothers or working in different professions.