Men and Women in The Labor Market: Parity Without Equality

The spectacular growth of female labour activity, which dates back to the
early sixties, is a phenomenon that no one foresaw and which persists to this
day as could also be said of precarious employment, lower economic growth,
and heightened massive and structural unemployment.
In the economic domain, parity exists, at least quantitatively. But it does
not translate into higher equality, and that is where the problem lies. The feminization
of the wage-earning population has not led to shrinking the gap between
male and female employment.
Margaret Maruani
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