36.6% of Elderly Female Consider "Amount of Work and Time Needed" as the Top Factor When Selecting a Job

    Date 2019-11-11

     

    For elderly female, the most important factor in selecting a job was “amount of work and time needed”(36.0%), followed by “wage level”(21.3%), “possibility of continuing work”(13.7%), “work content”(11.9%), and “convenience such as commuting”(9.4%). For male, the most important factor in selecting a job was “wage level”(25.9%), followed by “amount of work and time needed”(22.2%), “possibility of continuing work”(18.9%), and “association with past employment experience”(12.3%). For both female and male elderly, “wage level” and amount of work and time needed“ is considered to be the most important factors when selecting a job. Compared to elderly male, female elderly are more concerned about the amount of work and time spent at work.

     

    When quoting graphs and articles from 'Statistics Report', please cite your source as GSIS(Gender Statistics Information System) of Korean Women's Development Institute.

     

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