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Italy’s record on women and employment is generally good although not as impressive as its educational standing. The probability that a woman in Italy finding employment seems to be ingreat part related to the level of her education. Approximately the 80% of women in Italy who have university degrees go onto find employment in the job market in Italy. The rate of women in Italy with secondary education who are in full time employment is about half the grade holding women in Italy.
Women’spay on Italy
Italy does still have some discrepancies with regards to equal pay for women in Italy. While women working in white collar jobs do generally get paid the same rates as theirmale counterparts in Italy, women with secondary education get on average one third less of the pay that would be received by an Italian man doing the same job.
These figures may bemitigated to some extent by the higher preponderance that women in Italy have for part time work.
Women’s rights and regional culture in Italy
The traditional view that the role of womenin Italy is to be a wife and a mother still seems to exist more in the South than it does in the North of Italy. This is reflected in loweremployment rates of women in the south of Italy.
Today in Italy the number of population of women more than men and a woman's vote worth the same as the vote of one man.

By whichpoliticians have to take consideration about the rights of women to participate in all areas to win their votes and it makes each day over the fence making women's participation in democracy andgender equality.

Finally, the legacy of many of the thinkers of the story is as been increasing gender equity reflected a women's movement in defense of their rights around the world.
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