• Psychology
  • Published 2002

[Influence of childcare resources on the employment continuity of married women: focusing on occupation and birth cohort]

@inproceedings{Senda2002InfluenceOC,
  title={[Influence of childcare resources on the employment continuity of married women: focusing on occupation and birth cohort]},
  author={Yukiko Senda},
  year={2002}
}
This study examines the continuity rate of married women as a regular employee between their first pregnancy and one year after the first childbirth focusing on occupation and child care resources in consideration of differences between birth cohorts. Data was drawn from "the Eleventh Japanese National Fertility Survey". Women who were in clerical or sales/service occupation at their first pregnancy show lower continuity rate than those who were professional or manual occupation. The difference… CONTINUE READING