- Both sides
- current events
- Ministries and agencies
- 31 Article
China's Taiwan Net reported on December 22. According to a report by Taiwan's "Central News Agency", the Korean movie "Jin Zhiying Born in 1982" has received much attention recently. The film reveals the social reality of deep-rooted gender inequality in South Korea with its ordinary and narrative methods. It highlights the social pressure on Korean women, and it also resonates with Taiwanese women. According to a survey by the relevant departments on the island, in Taiwan, the responsibility for cooking household chores and taking care of family members mainly lies with women.
According to the latest survey released by the statistics unit of the Taiwan Administration ’s “Chief Accounting Office of the Executive Yuan”, the main working age of the island is 25 to 64, but there is no job and no job hunting. 3.288 million people; among these people, there are 3.088 million people who are not willing to find employment, of which 73.06% are women and 26.94% are men. The reasons for women's unwillingness to employment are mainly “doing housework” accounting for 45.93%, “care burden” accounting for 19.09%, and the total ratio of the two accounts for 65%, while “family economy is acceptable and no need to work outside” is only 13.97 % Is not the main reason. Surveys show that women still pay more for things at home.
Compared with the situation of men, the main reason is "older (including retirement)", accounting for 50.27%, but because of "doing housework" and "care burden", they are unwilling to take up employment, accounting for only 1.63% and 4.44%, respectively. The gap is quite different.
The “Chief Accounting Office” frankly said that such a difference actually clearly reflects the different roles played by men and women in the family, and women still pay more for things at home.
"It is mainly affected by the traditional mode of family division of labor." A Taiwan employment network spokesman said that for a long time, most of the responsibility for housekeeping and care of the young and old fell on women, so many women stayed at home and failed to become Labor; on the other hand, even if women enter the workplace, they still bear more pressure to take care of their families than men. He pointed out that after having a child, nearly 90% of working mothers have "anxiety" every day, and it is mostly related to family factors. (China Taiwan Net Jia Ruolan)
[Responsible editor: Jia Ruolan]