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Austria is a predominantly mountainous, land-locked country in the heart of Europe. A European Union member state, it is divided into nine federal states, which enjoy autonomy from the capital, Vienna, in certain matters, including educational issues. Austria is the twelfth richest country in the world and spends 5. The country has a long history of formal schooling, dating back to the eighteenth century when mandatory primary school education was introduced for boys and girls aged between 6 and 12 years.
This pattern has provided the Austrian population with generally high quality family services, but buttressed gender inequalities, and deprived society from the activation of existing talent, and therefore from additional household incomes, fiscal revenues and potential output. Special chapters cover gender equality.
Click to download XLS. Approval was partially successful, following selected items could not be processed due to error. Austria has a model of separate gender roles in work, family and life arrangements which persists despite efforts to better balance these roles.
Girls and boys have different academic achievements. Adult skills. Gender differences in educational attainment have disappeared.
Austria's separate gender roles model faces tensions. Employment patterns follow the separation of gender roles in the life-cycle. The two-stage separation of gender roles.
Family services are provided by women. English Also available in: French.
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Gender equality in Austria in international comparison. Voluntary and involuntary childlessness.
Study areas differ by gender. You have access to READ the content online, if option available.