In the universities of Spain girls study better than boys but after graduating from the universities their work situation and salary are usually worse than of their male university mates, reports diarioinformacion.com.
Marks of Spanish female university students are 10 points higher than marks of male students (81.9% against 72.5%) while they study to obtain the same profession. Still, due to the latest study of la Fundación CyD sobre Mujer y Universidad, after graduation from the university the percentage of unemployed among young Spanish women is higher in comparison with men whom they sat at one desk at the university with (20.5% against 17.2%). In almost half of the cases, in four years after graduation from the university, incomes of male graduates who work full time were 10% higher than incomes of their former female university mates.
Almost 48% of local young men aged 28-30 years work under contrato indefinido. So far, such a contract is the dream of 60% of their former female university mates. Three out of ten Young Spanish women have part-time job, whereas only 16% of young Spanish men have such a job.