Special module 2005 (Population base 2011): Work life balance module National results

Employed persons between 16 and 64 years old with at least one child, according to whether or not they take permitted days off to care for them, by absolute value/percentage, type of working day and sex

Units:absolute values in thousands and percentages
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      • Whether or not they take permitted days off to care for them
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  • Notes ( 2 )
    • 1) The following are considered: permitted days on special occasions taken to take care of children in the last 12 months.
      Including:permitted days or reduction of working hours or adoption of special solutions at work.
      All of this when there are special situations such as: school holidays, when child care services are closed or when the person who looks after the children is on holiday.
      Children: The following are considered: own children or partner's aged 14 years old or under who live in the household.
    • 1) ~'whether or not they take permitted days off to care for them,Yes: Lack of chold care services: Special working hours'~Special working hours: before 7am, after 7pm, during weekends or in school holidays.
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  • Source:National Statistics Institute