Our family and the currency

Our family and the currency

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Much of the burden is on our mother today. Many, because professional successes are increasingly important in our lives and can only be achieved through life-long learning and tedious work. And having a baby is still often putting our careers at risk.

Pregnancy and work - incomprehensible to many

Our mother's life was brought about by childbirth shortly after work, or sooner after years spent in higher education. Today, our twenties are a whole new generation. From a health-conscious childhood age, we are just preparing for our adult lives. It is no accident that it is increasingly common and accepted to be born over thirty years. We are not the adult of moving from parent to marriage, getting married, or getting the first job, but our child who is elderly and irrevocable. The first child became the target of adult choice.
And as long as they are not born? Until then ...
The new leader has brought a new lifestyle. Rugen began working after an ordinary junior high school, studying in the evening, starting a family, getting a home, or studying. All this up to thirty years. Today, we are busy with something else. We are not grown up, we are YOUNG, so all in uppercase and lowercase, but maybe not in uppercase. The media also suggests, "Live now, now you are young!" This is just the time of preparation and the conditions for having a child are not ideal.
The number of students studying in higher education is steadily increasing and the graduation process is taking longer and longer. Often one or two toadsters will come in, giving a rich experience. Then it's time to get into more areas to find out what you want to do. Nimi's work experience is no use: today, "fresh graduates" are now getting the job done by employers! It is also an ideal time for foreign studies or work, where you can gain experience and use useful language skills without having to enter into family relationships.
We have established relationships in the past. But, according to the testimony of ever-worsening electoral statistics, even serious relationships are very fragile. A long-lasting, solid relationship with a child is usually much shorter than a generation ago. We often work until late in the evening, after which we do not have the time or energy to work on our relationships and to make new ones. About the age of thirty - even on the day of my birth - the despair begins: "I am about to have a baby, I may be pregnant soon. But how? Where can I find a gift?" Understand why online dating sites have become popular.
"We need financial security!" most of us want to create a secure backdrop by the time password is born. The most important goal is the common whiskers. Not to mention that it is good to collect some capital, since after childbirth, our expenses will definitely outweigh your child, especially the amount of cash. It is interesting that in the past the subject of material considerations was his own car. The slogan "Small or car?" Was born. But what is this "Family or career?" request complexity!
Our double role: work and family
In the '90s, conditions that not only pushed back but also limited the mood for childhood developed at a stormy pace. Most young women are discouraged by the financial situation and work-related problems of the original two-childhood family. Many times we enter one with fewer children as we face the hardships. These are only exacerbated by the increasing health problems, infertility. Unfortunately, our adolescent family rarities are rare. He is fortunate to have a job easily reconciled with his family commitments. However, most of us have to deal with serious requests.

When do we dare to have a baby?

Multinationals are often preceded by a multi-year, work-filled period. But worried that baby laws protect pregnant women, employers may be relatively easy to "get rid of" when they drop out of work due to childhood. In many cases, however, there is hope that the expectant mother will not lose her place. However, there is a need to do this: make compromises, make serious sacrifices, and plan first and foremost. It is not about preparing for a childhood, but about planning a family life. (Requests should be highlighted somehow) What are the conditions for baby adoption? What do I need and what kind of help do we need in our baby days? When will there be a more relaxed time at work when they can leave us for a while? Have we proven enough so far? Did we put enough on the table to get it back? Did we do what we wanted? Do we have enough experience to enter the job market with a lower chance if we continue elsewhere? Is this the turning point in our lives? Once everything is sorted out and we decide that the "turn" will be the baby itself, the queue will continue.

How long should we stay home?

The labor market has undergone a major transformation, and the number of job seekers is constantly increasing. In this situation, it is not surprising that we are less inclined to stay away from work for an extended period of time. Requests arise again. Are the following children born in "twine" or years with more or less work? How and when do we want to continue our work? While we are at home, should we work or devote ourselves entirely to the child? Do we want to educate ourselves or use this couple of years to start something completely different? There is a benefit and greater security to those who manage to agree in advance when they return. The disadvantage, however, is that this date is almost always earlier than we would have chosen. It is a shame that you have to be sacrificed on the altar of security.

They take back? Do you find a decent job?

During the (almost) full employment, all the little ones were taken back to their original place because the organizations had little change. The risk is much greater today: years after childbirth, despite the laws protecting mothers, it is difficult to reintegrate into the world of work (see Shocking Numbers). In many cases, corporate executives also act as if it were a special favor, not an obligation, to take back a small child. The public also finds it fortunate if someone succeeds in returning to work. This is something we also support, as "When will you come back?" we often ask, "We want you to succeed." or "Let's go this autumn, I hope they take you back." Being concerned about having a child is harder to get a job is justifiable. When you search for a child, many forms require you to enter the birth date of the children ahead of the tests!

There is a humane solution!

There are also positive examples: workers who consider it important to work and to strike a balance between their work and their personal commitment. The ideas are important: work from home, part-time work, teleworking, flexible working hours, help with reintegration, invitation to community programs, further training during your stay. However, the "we take everyone back" approach is still far from being a standard. It is to be hoped that business executives will increasingly appreciate the opportunities that this offers. Perhaps the time will come when, at most jobs, the gesture is not to take back the mother, but, for example, to send a gift pack at the time of the baby's birth or to return the mother when she returns.

Shocking numbers

Fewer babies are being born
In 1990, more than one hundred and twenty thousand babies were born. A few years later, however, the point came in 1999: only ninety-five thousand newborns were born, less than half of which were born between 1974 and 1976, the baby boomers were one hundred and ninety-ninety-ninety.
Women are born sooner
In 2002, the average age of mothers at the time of their first child's birth was 25.7 years. In contrast, women were born at an average age of 22.6 years in the transition year! The proportion of children over thirty is growing. In the XX. in the last decade of the century, the proportion of mothers over thirty increased from eighteen hundred to twenty-nine.
There are more of them
Interestingly, as fewer and fewer children were born, the number of people claiming maternity benefits continued to increase after the transition. For example, much more than before has been used by the child. During the period of rising unemployment, "motherhood" became popular.
Few people work with a small child
Among women raising younger children under the age of one, only less than one out of every three paid jobs. This rate is the lowest in the enlarged European Union! This can be explained by the fact that in other Member States the mother can stay "officially" at home for a longer period of time, or that the mother-in-law is given little opportunity to work.
The chances of return are reduced
In 1999, sixty percent of pregnant women were reluctant to return to the labor market after childcare was over. In many cases, hopes were not real. For example, in 2002, just over 40 percent of mothers could and did go back to their original jobs. Then? every third person affected seems to be his employer, but does not intend to employ it. Meanwhile, 12.3 percent have temporarily lost their jobs.
You need help to get back
Flexible working hours (26.1%) and part-time employment (17.7%) would be the greatest help to young children wishing to return. Closer to the child's needs, 21.7 percent of them are looking for help at home care, primarily from relatives. Almost the same number (20.8%) are unable to return to work because they do not find adequate facilities for the day-to-day care of their children.
There is little alternative work available
In 2003, on average, one in three women in the EU-15 had part-time work. In our country, only 6.2% of women worked part-time in the same year. However, if they could, many people would choose alternative shapes to give them more time to cheat.