Il y a ségrégation professionnelle lorsque les femmes et les hommes se concentrent dans différents types d’activités, professions, niveaux d’activité et d’emploi. Les femmes sont habituellement confinées dans un nombre plus restreint de professions (ségrégation horizontale) que les hommes et à des grades inférieurs (ségrégation verticale).
The study outlines the main reasonsfor gender segregation paying special attention to employment particpation, jobs and ... wage differences, etc. Format : pdf-file Gender segregation in the labour market in Bulgaria ...
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... May 2020, around 5 % of workers had permanently lost their job owing to the pandemic, 23 % had temporarily lost their job and 15 % ... in the labour market. The Index score for work quality and segregation has scarcely changed since 2010, standing at 64 points in 2018. ...
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... that digitalisation could lead to alarmingly high rates of job loss due to automation in the next decade or so (Frey and Osborne, 2017; ... follows well-established patterns of vertical and horizontal segregation. It is likely to have profound implications for gendered patterns ...
- Policy areaDigital agenda
... gender gaps and differences in digital-related education: segregation across fields of study among women and men and girls and boys; ... to promote science, maths and ICT as well as related job and career profiles and role models. The strategy also includes plans for ...05 March 2015
- PublicationEconomic and financial affairs, Education, Employment
... Platform for Action in the EU Member States Gender segregation is a deeply entrenched feature of education systems and occupations ... in certain fields of education or occupations (horizontal segregation) or the concentration of one gender in certain grades, levels of ...22 March 2018
- Good practicePoverty
... issues and goals. Interface3 believes that women can access job opportunities in ICT and can take part in the development of the sector. ... is increasing women's access to the ICT sector where gender segregation is high. Every year, more than 600 women come to Interface3 in ...17 October 2016
... in the Greek media in the early ‘00s, the gender gap and job segregation. The report provides figures and data on: gender pay gap in the ...01 January 2000
- Policy areaEmployment
... recognising its strengths (the right goals of growth and job creation, with 18 million new jobs created since 2000) but addressing its ... Despite the convergence in employment rates, gender-based segregation in employment is still a problem, with women and men ...05 March 2015
- Study section
... employment and productivity of women and reduce occupational segregation. Ultimately this would foster economic growth via both higher ...
- Policy areaEntrepreneurship
... as key to ensuring economic growth, innovation, job creation and social integration in the EU. Some of the challenges to be ... social support and networking education and occupational segregation competing demands on time (double burden of home and work ...14 December 2015
- News articleEducation, Employment
... technology (ICT) and health or personal care. Gender segregation poses challenges for these industries and leads to a reduced talent ... in the sector, women will keep missing out on these job opportunities because of gender segregation that shapes their choices from ...07 December 2017
- News articleEducation, Employment, Digital agenda
... that provide additional stimulus to tackle gender segregation. Despite a strong demand for professionals in this sector, women remain highly underrepresented in STEM and high gender segregation in this field narrows down employment choices, leads to a gender ...08 March 2017