In Hungary, women can count on a much lower price even before childbirth, and if children are born very soon. There is not as much diversity as we have everywhere.Hungarian mothers earn so littleWhen a woman in Hungary is having a baby, after childbirth, mothers tend to care for children and father to make money - this is one of the reasons that mothers' skin for both father's and childless women is low. At the same time, maternity bereavement is largely dependent on the institution and the cultural background, and therefore differs from one country to another.Anna Lovszsz, Ewa Cukrowska-Torzewska йs Szabou-Morvai Бgnes portofolio.hu: It is possible that all of these conditions are already reflected in women's decisions and labor market situation before the first child is born. it is absolutely so. In Sweden, for example, there is little difference between women and men before the first child is born. With the birth of a child, mothers 'income falls dramatically due to reduced working hours, but the barrage gradually decreases until the child reaches the age of 15, which is attributable to mothers' longer-term child care activities.
In Denmark, the gender disparities before childbirth are getting smaller, but there are also significant changes to having a child.
In the case of Italy, the Czech Republic, and Hungary, we found 20-24 percent of children between prospective parents - quotes the authors of the study.
Mothers' first-born childbirths at 3-6 years of age show significant correlation in all countries. In France, Italy, and Hungary, after birth, the rate of ubiquity is lower than before childbirth. This explains the authors of the study that in these countries, only mothers who are very dedicated or have better labor market prospects return to work at the age of 3 to 6 years. (source: portfolio.hu) In Western countries, women suffer no or only minor bereavement when their children are born. In the countries of South and Eastern Europe there is a significant amount of suicide even before the child is born. However, the morbidity of mothers in these countries depends not only on institutional factors, but also on women's own decisions: where mothers with young children are more likely to suffer, they are better off in those countries.
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