Women interrupted : determinants of women's employment exit and return in Indonesia
In Western countries, marriage and childbearing have consistently been shown to be major stages in the life cycle that affect women's employment continuity. Women in these countries generally withdraw from the workforce at marriage or at the onset of motherhood. However, in Indonesia, the characteristics and effects of such an interrupting feature in women's working patterns still remain unclear. Existing studies fail to explore the dynamic nature of employment behavior, particularly employment...[Show more]
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