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the recovery plan largely “forgets” women, accuses a study


The professional situation of women has deteriorated due to the Covid-19 crisis, according to a study published on Sunday by the Women’s Foundation, which is worried about a recovery plan, according to her, favoring sectors where they are under -represented. This report, funded by the Île-de-France region and built on the basis of indicators and data from various observatories already published, indicates that during the spring 2020 containment, 40% of women spent more than 4 hours per day. to children, or twice that of men.

Gender inequalities not taken into account

“They are 21% to have stopped working. 70% of women believe that this period will penalize them in their career”, reports the study, which regrets that the confinement did not allow a “rebalancing” of tasks with men.

“The various stimulus plans have not taken into account the inequalities between women and men, and risk worsening them durably. The sectors of the future, which concentrate most of the financing of the stimulus, are highly ‘masculinized’ sectors ‘”, still say the rapporteurs. Thus, they occupy only 16% of “green” jobs, according to the same source.

“Only 7 billion are dedicated to jobs held by women”

“Of the 35 billion euros of the sectoral recovery plans of June 2020, only 7 billion are dedicated to jobs occupied by women. While the feminized sectors are the most affected, the recovery forgets them. The dropout of women is therefore a real and alarming risk, ”they add. The “first line” mobilized against the Covid was however overwhelmingly female, recalls the study, citing nurses (87% of women), nursing assistants (91%), home helpers (97%), housekeepers (73%) or even cashiers (76%). More exposed, women are thus more prone to burnout than men, notes the foundation.

The decline in inequalities is not inevitable, however, the study believes. The Women’s Foundation therefore recommends the revaluation of salaries in so-called feminized professions, the financing of reconversion projects towards sectors of the future to encourage female entrepreneurship, and the facilitation of access to a public early childhood service. At work, the association campaigns for the establishment of standards for teleworking or even the strengthening of the fight against violence in the workplace. Finally, it recommends, both in the private and public spheres, to introduce more diversity in governance bodies.



Source site www.europe1.fr

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