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Figure 1 shows the development of the employment rate for men and women since 1993.One of the most visible characteristic is the decreased employment rate gap between them.Additionally, this group of countries also includes Belgium.

The incidence of part-time work (see Data sources and availability for definition) differs significantly between men and women.

Just under one third (31.4 %) of women aged 20-64 who were employed in the EU-28 worked on a part-time basis in 2016, a much higher proportion than the corresponding share for men (8.2 %).

It is centred on a zone which goes from Ireland in the west to Hungary in the east, also including the three Baltic states, Finland and Portugal.

Countries with rates in the 60s form two clusters: one western-Mediterranean / Adriatic (Spain, Italy and Croatia) and the other at the eastern border of the EU, going from the south end of the Baltic Sea to the south-western end of the Black Sea (Poland, Slovakia, Romania, Bulgaria).

Others have remained on a quite flat trajectory, in other words a stable rate (Denmark, Italy, Portugal, Slovenia, Slovakia, Norway and Switzerland).

Another sizable group has seen important ups and downs, but with a higher rate in 2016 than at their various starting points (Bulgaria, Estonia, Ireland, Spain, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland).

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