|Title||2017 Work and Family Balance Indicators|
- Enterprises' implementation of a work and family balance system and individuals' awareness of a work and family balance
system recorded an increase.
- Enterprises and agencies accredited for family friendliness amounted to 1,828, up 34.1 percent from 2015.
- In 2016, the share of double-earner households stood at 44.9 percent, up 1.0%p from 2015. The younger children, the
lower share of double-earner households. The more children, the lower share of double-earner households.
- The share of career interrupted married women aged 15 to 54 fell from 22.4 percent in 2014 to 20.0 percent in 2017.
- In 2016, the gap in employment-population ratios in unmarried males and females stood at 1.1%p. Whereas, the gap in
employment-population ratios in married males (82.0%) and females (52.8%) stood at 29.2%p.
- Compared to a decade ago, the total hours worked decreased by 14.3 hours and overtime hours worked dropped by
4.4 hours. The population taking leave grew by 1.9%p from 2014.
- In 2016, males taking child care leave showed a year-on-year rise, while females taking child care leave showed a
- The share of mothers taking child care leave with 12-month-old or less children showed an ever-increasing trend.
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