By Gabriele Griffin
With the growth of the ecu in 2004, the unfastened move of staff around the Continent will extra have an effect on the employment possibilities of ladies. This sociological examine explores the advanced inter-relationship among women's employment, equivalent possibilities and Women's reviews education. This quantity offers distinct information regarding, and insightful research of, the altering styles of women's employment in Europe; equivalent possibilities in a cross-European viewpoint; academic migration; gender, race, ethnicity and nationality; and the asymmetric occurrence and impression of Women's reviews at the life and daily practices of these girls who've skilled it.
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In countries that adopt this gender cultural model, ‘The State is regarded as more competent for fulﬁlling this task than private households are’ (PfauEfﬁnger 1999: 63). Despite public policies aimed at increasing men’s investment in the family sphere (generously funded parental leave measures, for example), it nevertheless remains the case that women tend to use the policy measures directed at ‘reconciliation’ to a greater extent than their male counterparts. 5. The dual-breadwinner/dual-carer model.
Lastly, at the beginning of the 1960s, Germany, Denmark, France and the United Kingdom showed similar patterns of women’s employment: 40 per cent of women aged twenty-ﬁve to forty-nine were in the labour market and there was a tendency for women to leave paid work after the birth of their ﬁrst child and to return to work (often on a part-time basis) once their children were older. This pattern is generally known as the ‘camel’s back’ model, since female employment rates fall spectacularly during the child-rearing years.
In France, Italy and Spain, dual-earner households with dependent children are more likely to be organized around both partners working full-time. 6 Source: Eurostat 2002d It should be remembered that dual-earner households with dependent children are less frequent in Spain and Italy than they are in France. 8 per cent) of households with dependent children where both partners work full-time in the Netherlands, whereas this pattern is adopted by almost 40 per cent of households without dependent children.
Doing Women's Studies: Employment Opportunities, Personal Impacts and Social Consequences by Gabriele Griffin
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