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Gender issues in Korean labor market

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Frame of Image orking on important position, finds it difficult to enter into decision making strategy of the place they are working for. Women still find it hard to reach above the glass ceiling. For the benefit of nation, women should be given the opportunity to re- rejoin the duties in the labor market, after the child birth and childcare leave. Other wise, in near future, there is a likelihood , of decline in marriages and birth rate, if women start taking child birth and child rearing as a punishment to enter the labor market. There is an urgent need for change in mindset and acceptability of women in labor market.
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Contents
Preface Acknowledgements List of Tables List of Graphs
Chapters Cover page C hapter I: Introduction
Page Numbers 1 2-5
ChapterII: Global Labor Market: Emerging Issues Pertaining to Female Workforce 6-25
Chapter III: Gender Equality: Korean Labor Market
26-39
Chapter IV: Gender Issues in Labor in Korea: Analysis of Secondary Data
40-63
Chapter V: Summing up
64-89
Preface
Globalization process, has bought along with it, both challenges and benefits to the labor markets across the world. Labor force has also experienced lots of challenges. Present day, labor market favors those, who are not only well qualified but also who dodge according to labor market needs. The market demand changes quickly and, so does the demand for labor fo


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Title Gender issues in Korean labor market
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Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Bala, Shashi

Publisher

Korea Labor Institute

Date 2008
Pages 191
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Social Development
Social Development < Employment
Holding Korea Labor Institute