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Chart of the Month - August 2015

Weekly Working Hours Decreasing: Employed Women Work Almost 3 Hours Less than Compared to 20 Years Ago

Chart of the Month – August 2015

While in Germany as many women are employed as never before, the average working hours have decreased. The Federal Institute of Population Research (BiB) has calculated that female employees currently work 30.8 hours per week – in 1994, the average was still 33.5 hours. The reasons for this development are the increasing number of women working in part-time jobs and less working hours per week by part-time workers. In contrast, working hours in full-time jobs have not changed significantly.

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CPoS

17 Aug 2015

Impact of Divorce on Adolescents' Relationships with Their Parents

A new article on this topic has been pre-published in Comparative Population Studies (CPoS).

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CPoS

17 Jun 2015

Comparative Population Studies 2/2015 available

The new issue of our scientific journal CPoS has been released.

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BiB Working Paper

28 Apr 2015

BiB Working Paper on "Childlessness and Large Families" (K&K)

The BiB Research Project Childlessness and Large Families (Kinderlosigkeit und Kinderreichtum: K&K) has published four new working papers which outline the theoretical basis of the project.

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Logo Daten- und Methodenberichte

20 Mar 2015

BiB Data and Technical Report 2/2015

The new Data and Technical Report by Michael Mühlichen and Rembrandt Scholz deals with historical church book data and their usability for demographic analyses using the example of infant mortality.

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