A sociological survey among women
Unemployment is widespread among women. According to a study conducted by the sociological center of the Academy of Social Sciences, 48% of respondents believe that under the current situation they are likely to lose their jobs. Among men, on the contrary, 40% for themselves this option is excluded. In many cases, the qualifications for women are lower than for men. But until recently, every second respondent, having guaranteed earnings and a place to work, did not associate her material position with the increase of professional knowledge (and among men, on the contrary, 58% believe that their well-being depends on qualification). With the transition to the market, the situation for women is fundamentally changing. Further training and retraining become decisive for them, but it is difficult to implement even in cases when the administration is ready to go to the workers to meet them. Time, time is not enough!
Working mothers need time primarily for caring for children. The employment of women is often hampered by psychological factors that play a much more serious role in them than men do. For women, the habit of teamwork, established relationships with colleagues are very expensive. A break with the usual situation for many is a tragedy. And adaptation to new conditions is long, complex, often just painful. We also note other, private, seemingly significant factors. Of great importance for women is the proximity of the home from the place of work, kindergarten, day nursery or school. And retraining can habitual convenience, saving time and effort, eliminate. It is not by chance that women's public opinion now finds a sharp reduction in the free time of women workers who have never been spoiled by leisure. Women are fatally tired of the growing social and economic crisis, from the queues and running around the shops. And they very much hope for change.
Today, only one-fifth of respondents adhere to this opinion. But every third has not yet determined its position. The process of reflection, the search for answers to painful questions continue. 67% of respondents believe that in the next year or two the economic situation of the country will not change or even worsen. Such a forecast is associated primarily with economic policy, which the majority (70%) consider incorrect. And only 10% are optimistic in their assessments of the possible results of the economic course. The issue of private property attracts serious attention of women.
Would they like to become owners of businesses or farms? A significant part of the respondents (40%) answered this question negatively. At the same time, the respondent is supported by the idea of transferring to service enterprises (in total up to 80% believe that such a measure should be implemented without restrictions or in part). The private sector is less receptive to women's consciousness in public education (34% consider it unacceptable). There is also no agreement on the development of private entrepreneurship in the spheres of culture and health. All the more active women support the transfer of land to farmers for rent (40% consider it necessary, and 36% - it is quite permissible). However, the majority of women (almost 60%) are convinced that free transfer, as well as sale of enterprises to their collectives - even for a nominal fee, - is an unacceptable and unnecessary measure.
Even more strongly (67%) of the respondents are against the sale of enterprises at auctions at market prices. And it is not by chance that only 0.4% of respondents (among men four times more) became private owners of farms or enterprises. The contradictory attitude of women and to such an acute social issue as the rise in prices. And 15% of respondents consider the transition to free prices necessary, and 28% - quite acceptable. But the answer to the question "How do you feel about the free rise in prices while limiting income?" In the majority of respondents (67%) is very critical: "This is an attempt to improve the financial situation at the expense of the population." The reaction is natural, given that only 9% of respondents answered that they live in prosperity. Every third woman interviewed has patience at the limit. And it seems that not all are able to follow the advice of the famous French playwright Pierre Beaumarchais: "Be beautiful, if you can, wise, if you want, but you should be prudent." https://redmercuri.com/blog/love-spells-on-the-apple_-how-does-it-work-and-what-are-the-consequences-of-love-spell-using-apple.html