The "Information graph" unit for every Monday chart is a new attempt by women fans to show you the world's gender events. The previous Korean Women's hate book gives you a better understanding of women's situation in South Korea, and this time through the chart, it will take you from the workplace to the family perspective on the status of Japanese women.
In Japan, the implementation of the women's movement is a good long way.
United Nations statistics, Japan on the Human Development Index ranked the world's top 20, is a health, education, economic and highly developed countries, but in the Gender Equality Index (GEI) but hundreds, and even backward South Korea, which shows that women's rights have not been taken seriously.
In Japan, women with a comparable degree and ability to work in the workplace can only pour tea at a conference table or pay a different salary to a man.
Married Japanese women, most likely to be temporary or part-time, with the most basic salary, but also carefully adjust the working hours to ensure that their annual income of more than 1.03 million or 1.3 million yen, to enjoy the benefits of legal protection, reduce the burden on the home.
Faced with the increase of the elderly population and the reduction of the labor force brought about by the small number of children, Japan began to face up to women's labor participation rate and fertility, the Prime Minister Abe raised the goal of female participation in the labor rate, trying to make the Japanese society to play a role in the environment for women, but the deep roots of the traditional concept of "male inferiority", " The goal policy is to test the traditional values of Japanese nationals. (same field Gayon: Ampere's woman economics: Japanese woman goes to the world, what is Taiwan waiting for?) )
Looking at the data from the Labour ministry, I have found that most women are expected to opt out of marriage and family.
But over the years statistics show that the reasons for women leaving, in addition to the "personal な reasons" (personal factors) that have always been high, as early as 1990, the proportion of departures from "career side reasons" (workplace factors) has long exceeded "うち marriage, which shows that there is no way to stretch your ideals and ambitions in the workplace. , the face of gender inequality in the workplace environment, is to let women want to turn away the reason!
Through the chart, through different levels of data, to look at the situation of Japanese women, everything has no standard answer, but there are we can work hard, worthy of better places!