Women and Spanish Tourism Industry
Bustamante Reyes, Geraldine; Canós Darós, Lourdes

In this paper we analyze the employment situation of Spanish women, starting with a brief review of the historical background, the institutions created for women and the current situation within the tourism sector. Statistical data about women and their participation in the tourism labor market from different Spanish regions will be presented. European Union legislation and laws regarding protection and prevention of inequality in both genders will be summarized. Today women want to work and promote in their organizations, but there still exists a problem reconciling work and family life, despite their support. Inequality in reward and promoting policies still remain in Spain, most cases in hotels and restaurants.

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