- Gender Statistics Database
- ProjectEconomic and financial affairs, Employment
... take-up of parental leave and part-time working, and higher inactivity rates. The results of the study showed the need to strengthen ...01 January 2011
- Policy areaEducation
... In this area, the target is to reduce the rate of young people (15 years old) who are not equipped with the necessary ... of students who study abroad by 2020, bringing this rate to 20%. To achieve this aim, they made support for mobility a core focus ...05 March 2015
- Policy areaYouth
... high youth unemployment and increase the youth employment rate by: making education and training more relevant to young people’s ... Young women are at high risk of unemployment and inactivity and are one of the especially vulnerable social groups, alongside ...05 March 2015
- Good practiceEmployment
I can Malta has a low female employment participation rate and the highest female inactivity rate within the EU. There is a deeply-ingrained culture that ...09 March 2015
- News article
... than men. In Italy, where the gap is 5.0 %, the employment rate for women is 53.1 % compared to 72.9 % for men. In Romania, where the gap ... higher, such as in Germany and Estonia, where the employment rate for women is 75.8 % and 75.6 % respectively compared to 83.9 % and 83.4 % ...31 October 2019
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... and Lithuania. Figure 16: At-risk-of-poverty rate among older people, by women and men, and EU Member State (75+ %), 2017 ... 2017). In all Member States the severe material deprivation rate of women with disabilities is also higher than that of women without ...
- Policy areaEmployment
... participation in employment (the women’s employment rate in Malta is low), by promoting practices amongst employers that facilitate ... frequency of part-time work as well as a higher rate of inactivity for women (‘inactivity’ refers to the percentage of persons who ...05 March 2015
- News articlePoverty, EmploymentAlmost 23 million children in the EU are poor: For every additional child, a woman’s risk of falling into poverty increases
... Women with children have a relatively low employment rate. Only half (55 %) of women with three or more children have a job. With ... exclusion in 2014. There is a very large gender gap in the inactivity of women and men born outside the EU (39 % of women and 20 % of men ...29 November 2016
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... of previous taxable income, be paid at a low flat rate similar to social assistance or be unpaid. No payment requirements are ... leave Across the EU-28, unemployment or economic inactivity is the main reason for ineligibility (78 % of women and 54 % of ...
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... or career progression, it is the primary reason for economic inactivity or part-time work. As much as 10 % of women, compared to 0.5 % of ...
- Policy areaPoverty
... income through employment and they have a lower employment rate than men in all Member States, with the gap particularly pronounced in ... Motherhood is negatively correlated with employment rate in the vast majority of the European Union’s 27 Member States and, on ...14 December 2015
- Good practiceEntrepreneurship06 March 2015