Women work at a young age and often part-time
Women start at a young age working part-time, according to a study of the Social and Cultural Planning office (SCP). 62 percent of women from 18 to 25 years of not working full-time. In men is that only 28 percent.
This is evident from the report, First steps on the labour market, a study of young working women and men that the SCP Tuesday published.
Young women are less often economically independent than young men. The difference was greatest in the group of 30 to 34 years: 66 percent of women and 82 percent of men are economically independent.
Contrary to popular belief, it is not only mothers with young children working part-time. The research shows that young women shortly after completion of their training, which is often in part-time work than young men, so even if most of them still have no children.
Women, recently, after their training, are less satisfied with their job than men. They are also less positive about their career prospects. This man-vrouwverschillen are particularly large in commercial services.
Young women (18 to 30 years) who in the government work, to earn a higher hourly wage than men. Although many young women per hour more than, or equally earn as men of the same age, their annual income is lower than that of men. Also, young women are less often economically independent than men in this age.
After graduating high school to find young women and men about equally often work.