EU-wide, around 31 per cent of women in part-time. In Germany, the rate is significantly higher. Politicians warn of negative consequences.
European comparison of women in Germany work more often in part-time. In 2017, the part-time rate was women between the ages of 20 and 64 in the country at 46.8 percent. The Newspapers of the editorial network in Germany, reports citing Figures from the European statistics authority Eurostat.
A higher rate than Germany, only the Netherlands (74.1 per cent) and Austria (47.9 percent). The EU was far from the average value, at 31.1 percent.proportion of men in part-time Europe-wide, significantly lower
The proportion of men working part-time, according to the report, 8.1 percent. Thus, the distance between the sexes was 23 percentage points.
In Germany, the difference at 37.5 percentage points, The largest distance in the Netherlands points with 51.5 percent. Especially in Eastern Europe and Scandinavia, the differences were rather small.