The essay looks at the effects of the crisis on the participation of women in the Italian labor market, in policies and numbers. Faced with the widespread belief that the crisis has predominantly affected the male component, the analyzes show the corrosive effects of the already weak female presence, whose recent increase in supply is a symptom of serious distress rather than a virtuous push. This is evident from the labor market indicators, from the fragmentation and inconsistency of the interventions implemented which do not reveal a tension towards equal participation between the sexes, as well as from the foreshadowing of new risks such as the shortening of the studies of young women in the university, which by renouncing the main factor of promotion and protection, exposes them to the risk of exclusion.

Nuova crisi e vecchi problemi. Effetti collaterali sul lavoro delle donne

Fatima Farina
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Alessandra Vincenti
2015-01-01

Abstract

The essay looks at the effects of the crisis on the participation of women in the Italian labor market, in policies and numbers. Faced with the widespread belief that the crisis has predominantly affected the male component, the analyzes show the corrosive effects of the already weak female presence, whose recent increase in supply is a symptom of serious distress rather than a virtuous push. This is evident from the labor market indicators, from the fragmentation and inconsistency of the interventions implemented which do not reveal a tension towards equal participation between the sexes, as well as from the foreshadowing of new risks such as the shortening of the studies of young women in the university, which by renouncing the main factor of promotion and protection, exposes them to the risk of exclusion.
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