Tendencias recientes de la participación femenina en el mercado de trabajo del Uruguay, 1986-2000
In this document we made a descriptive analysis of the evolution of the female participation in comparison to the masculine one in the Uruguayan labor market between 1986 and 2000. The descriptive analysis of the tendencies of the participation made according to the variables related to the familiar cycle for men and women, suggests us that in Uruguay there has been a process of similarity of the participation behavior of men and women. According to the information observed, the familiar life cycle loses importance in the determination of the incorporation of the women to the labor market, specially within the most educated.
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