Graduates from elite institutes less likely to be employed full time as per a study - April 14, 2013

A study by Joni Hersch reveals statistics that imply that women from selective institutes are more likely to be employed in part time work or devotes lesser hours than women from tier 2 institutes.

A study by Joni Hersch reveals statistics that imply that women from selective institutes are more likely to be employed in part time work or devotes lesser hours than women from tier 2 institutes. This behavior increases with the presence of children as women from top institutes are without children are 20 percent points less likely to work. 35% of mothers from elite institutes and 66% of mothers from other institutes work as full-time employees.

Source: www.economictimes.com, April 14, 2013. “ITC to double proportion of women employees to 30 pc”

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