Men working in professions with a high male rate evidently find it easier to find a new job after a period of unemployment. In contrast, the last job prior to unemployment is less significant for women returning to work. Instead, the family situation is of key importance: Mothers of small children (below the age of four) are facing difficulties on reentering the labor market. This is what researchers have found out in a study investigating the influence of the profession and other factors on the duration of unemployment.
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