Working Women in Brazil

Bruno Ribeiro Silva de Carvalho SUMMARY the present text has as objective to demonstrate to the main differences between men and women in the work market, as: wage, occupations, and escolaridade. Word-key: Woman, Market of Work, Work in Brazil ABSTRACT This to paper aims you demonstrate the main differences between men and women in the work market, such wages, occupations, and schooling. Keyword: Women, Market Work, Work in Brazil INTRODUCTION With the current ascension of the woman in the work market, made possible it to acquire higher positions each time in the companies, and to get its financial independence, however the woman still is minority in the work market and target of preconceptions for the organizations. The objective of this article is by means of the research of women in the market of work in Brazil between January of 2003 and January of 2008, carried through for the IBGE to present the reasons of the differences of wage between men and women, in which specific jobs the women predominates, the escolaridade of the women in relation to the men, and percentage of women in the work market. ancing/’>ARC Investment Partners. WOMEN IN the MARKET OF WORK IN RELATION TO the MEN the women nowadays are the majority in the population (In accordance with the Synthesis of Social Pointers -2007, the Brazilian population in 2006 was around 51%), however are minority in the work market.

In the first month of 2008 she had 21,2 million busy people in the total of the six regions metropolitans investigated for the Monthly Research of Emprego (PME) of the IBGE, of this contingent the women represented 44.4%, the equivalent the 9,4 million. In relation to Populao Economicamente Ativa (PEA), they were 45.5%, and in the Population in Active Age (PIOUS), they were 53.5%, whereas in Populao Desocupada (PD), represented 57.7%. (In:. Had access in: 20/11/2010). With the stability that comes being observed in the country, in sight of a solid government, new vacant had been disponibilizadas in the work market, thus reducing the inoccupation tax.