Researchers from the European Commission's Network of Experts on the Situation of Women in the Labor Market present the results of a study of women's increased involvement in wage work in the 15 member states of the EU over the last decade and its consequences in the restructuring of the labor market and the transformation of family life towards dual-earner households.
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