Les Québécoises en couple, principalement les mères, sont plus susceptibles d'occuper un emploi que les autres Canadiennes

    The growth in women’s participation profoundly changed the Québec and Canadian labour markets over the last decades. Based on the Labour Force Survey, this article illustrates the rise of the proportion of women who are in a couple where both people are employed in Québec as well as certain differences compared with the rest of Canada. It also examines the labour market activity of women who are in a couple according to the presence and age of children.

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