According to previous studies, they referred that it is very limited to explain the married women’s labor market outcomes applying on Human Capital Theory.
The first reason is female workers with career interruption would be underestimated on job status compared to other workers when they reenter the labor market after child-caring.
Secondly, the married female workers with higher education(over college education) particularly are disadvantaged to job status because they have unstructured labor market experiences for child-caring. Therefore, it is very important to figure out the critical factors to determine if the married female workers can involve in their job or not.
The purpose of this paper is to examine the married women’s current job status compared to their initial job status using Female and Family pannel Survey Data 1st Wave. It also analyzes the critical factors to influence on the married female worker’s labor market participation, directly.
The results are as follows: The education level is still very important premium factor to determine the job status and position of the women who re-enter the labor market after child-caring. Also, the women who had gotten the job experiences as a self-employed prefer to re-enter in the labor market rather than women been wage worker.
- 교육수준에 따른 여성의 노동시장 이행 실태와 취업선택 결정 요인(Career choice and labor market transition of the married women by level of education)
- 오은진; 민현주; 김지현
교육수준에 따른 여성의 노동시장 이행 실태와 취업선택 결정 요인(Career choice and labor market transition of the married women by level of education)
[서울] : 한국직업능력개발원
|Journal Title; Vol./Issue||직업능력개발연구:vol. 12(no. 1)|
|Subject Country||South Korea(Asia and Pacific)|
|Subject||Social Development < Education
Social Development < Employment