Gender Equality For The Growth And Development Of The State Of Tamaulipas

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  • Sofía Genoveva Rivera Espinoza
  • Patricia Sotelo Ocampo
  • Carlos Enrique Martínez del Ángel

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.59670/ml.v21iS8.9299

Abstract

The research is focused on identifying the discrimination that women have been subjected to in terms of employment, identifying gaps and gender equality regarding differences in salaries, difficulties in accessing formal employment, conciliation of work and family life, all this from the perspective of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 5 and its goal 5.5, for which a qualitative methodology was used.

In Mexico, there is a great disparity in workplace violence experienced by women between states, which ranges between 17.1% and 37.8%, despite the fact that several actions and regulations have been implemented, such as 035 (NOM-035) on factors of psychosocial risk at work with the aim of promoting favorable work environments and eliminating workplace violence, 73% of women do not know of the existence of any protocol for this in their workplace.

However, there are generational changes in the opinion of feminine and masculine roles. A smaller proportion of women in the younger generations tend to consider that the responsibility for the economic support of the home should fall to the man, as well as that women and men should be responsible for household chores.

Gender discrimination at work hinders the professional growth of women, as it can increase absenteeism, loss of opportunities and exit from the labor market, resulting in the informal economy continuing to increase.

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Published

2024-03-14

How to Cite

Espinoza, S. G. R., Ocampo, P. S. ., & Ángel, C. E. M. del . (2024). Gender Equality For The Growth And Development Of The State Of Tamaulipas. Migration Letters, 21(S8), 345–360. https://doi.org/10.59670/ml.v21iS8.9299

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