Et si l'avenir des femmes, ... c'était les hommes ?
With an always increasing participation of women in the labour market, which is strongly close to the men, France makes figure as an exception in Europe. Because the French women are the champion as regards fertility rates, whereas, precisely, they are very active professionally. How to explain this situation a priori very favourable for the French women, who are at the same time mothers and active ?
|Date of creation:||Mar 2010|
|Publication status:||Published in La Lettre du CES. 2010, pp.2-3|
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