Does motherhood hurt women’s pay? – The Economist

Di il 19 Giugno, 2024
Two new studies suggest not—at least in the long run, and in Scandinavia

“In fact, it might be that women returning to work after childbirth can afford to relax, too. It is true that their immediate earnings are likely to fall, and perhaps infuriating that those of new fathers are not. Yet two new studies suggest that, in the long run, compared with women who do not have children, the motherhood penalty may vanish—or even turn into a premium.”

Fonte: The Economist

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