This presentation will focus on how women’s full-time employment rates evolved from 2007 to 2021. It will discuss the extent to which aggregate statistics on full-time employment mask the distinct experiences of diverse groups of women, namely Indigenous women, immigrant women, and non-Indigenous women born in Canada. This allows for a better understanding of how the dynamics in full-time employment by population group either mirror or deviate from broad patterns by age, education and marriage and motherhood status.
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Marie Drolet is a senior research economist with the Centre for Gender, Diversity and Inclusion at Statistics Canada. Her research mostly focuses on gender issues in the Canadian labour market. Marie holds a Bachelor of Arts Honours degree from Queen’s University and a Master’s degree in Economics from McMaster University.
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