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La persistencia de las brechas de género en el mercado laboral argentino. Algunas reflexiones para el debate

  • Actis Di Pasquale, Eugenio
  • Aspiazu, Eliana

En las últimas décadas las mujeres incrementaron su participación en el mercado laboral, tanto desde el lado del empleo como en la búsqueda de trabajo. Sin embargo, lo que a simple vista puede interpretarse como una mejora en el acceso y la igualdad del derecho al trabajo, en realidad combina dos matices negativos: a) que se ocupan en empleos de "baja calidad", desprotección social y, consecuentemente, de menor nivel de ingresos; y b) que aún continúan siendo las que realizan la mayor parte de las tareas domésticas dentro del propio hogar, lo que implica una doble carga de trabajo. Esto demuestra la existencia de estereotipos de género que condicionan lo que hacen o deben hacer las mujeres y los hombres.

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Publication status: Published in UNICEN Divulga, 2013
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