study: women and the Roma face discrimination in the Czech job market
This week, it was reported in the Czech press that, according to Social Watch, an international human rights watchdog, Czech women and the largest racial minority, the Roma, are discriminated against in the job market.
Czech women’s salaries are, on the average, 25% lower than men’s. Furthermore, Social Watch has found this:
"Women are also overrepresented in the secondary market, where labour positions are characterized by lower prestige, worse working conditions and higher insecurity."
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