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Diferencias de género y temporalidad: El caso de los profesionales superiores en el sector sanitario en España

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  • Juan José Dolado
  • Florentino Felgueroso

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La feminización de las profesiones sanitarias de nivel superior ha venido acompañada de un aumento importante en la precariedad laboral a través de sucesivas bajas laborales y contratos temporales intermitentes. Este fenómeno presenta cierto paralelismo con las relaciones laborales en el sector de la construcción, aun tratándose en este caso de trabajadores menos cualificados. En este trabajo se analizan las diferencias de género en las tasas de incidencia de estas bajas laborales, así como sus efectos sobre los salarios y el tiempo trabajado en el sector sanitario a lo largo de la vida laboral. Se desarrollan diversos métodos empíricos para intentar aislar los posibles efectos composición y cohorte derivados de una tasa de feminización mayor que en otras profesiones, en buena medida debida a una reducción por parte de los varones de la demanda educativa de este tipo de estudios. Finalmente, el estudio también se centra en las diferencias de género entre los sectores público y privado de la sanidad en España.

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Paper provided by FEDEA in its series Working Papers with number 2007-24.

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Handle: RePEc:fda:fdaddt:2007-24

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