Gender Equality and Occupational Segregation in Nordic Labour Markets

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International Labour Organization, Jan 1, 1998 - Discrimination sexuelle dans l'emploi - Finlande - 108 pages
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Part II: Statistical analysis of occupational segregation by sex in Nordic
 

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Contents

Background and contents of the book
5
Tables
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Statistics used to measure occupational segregation 101
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Female to male average hourly earnings percentage of male earnings for manual
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Female to male average hourly earnings percentage of male earnings in
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Percentage distribution of students at the tertiary level in all Nordic countries
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Nordic policies to enhance gender equality
29
Parental leave provisions after birth of children in all Nordic countries 199394
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Changes in ID attributable to i changes in the sex composition of occupations
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Percentage of women workers in femaledominated occupations in Finland
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Ten most femaledominated occupations based on percentage female in each
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Monetization of household work and provision of public services
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Size of monetized householdtype occupations in Nordic and other OECD
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Monetized householdtype work in three Nordic and 15 nonNordic OECD
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Women and men in higher and lower status occupations
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Comparison of percentage female in related occupations with differing status
80

Summary of Part I
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Description of study data nonagricultural occupations for Finland Norway
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Patterns in Nordic labour markets in 1990
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Changes in occupational segregation by sex as measured by ID in Nordic
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Number of femaledominated nonagricultural occupations and percentage
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Summary and comments
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