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Working in Europe: Gender differences


Author: Trinczek, Rainer
Summary: Data from recent Eurostat publications show that, despite some convergence in employment patterns between women and men, considerable gender differences remain in relation to work. Women have caught up in educational qualifications and increased their employment rate, but family responsibilities are still the main reason for women’s above average inactivity rate. Women also continue to be more concentrated in certain economic sectors. Moreover, a gender-based entrepreneurial gap remains and women remain underrepresented in labour market policy interventions.
Pages: 14
Document type: Report
Reference: ef0834
Published: 18 April, 2008
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