The purpose of this article is to assess the likelyeffects of the Single European Market on womenspositions in the labour market. It is expected thatfor employment in the Community as a wholethere will be a jcurve evolution and aredistribution across sectors, industries,geographical regions and groups of people withdifferent socioeconomic characteristics. Becauseof their lower levels of educational and skillattainment and their unequal opportunities formobility, women are not expected to get anequitable share of the benefits, while they aremost likely to bear a disproportionate part of thecosts. Only if women are offered opportunitiesto improve substantially their educational and skilllevels and if the necessary institutional changesare implemented, can they take advantage of thechallenges of the new era that is coming.
International Journal of Manpower – Emerald Publishing
Published: Mar 1, 1991
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