Higher unemployment and less income: how domestic violence costs women financially
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Women in abusive relationships are more likely to be unemployed and earn less money than women with non-abusive partners. That’s among the key findings confirmed by a landmark international study by researchers from England, America and Finland, which charted the economic impact abusive relationships have on women.
The study found that the deterioration in economic well-being started soon after women began living with an abusive male partner. After five years, these women continued to experience significant falls in earnings and employment.Read more and download the study
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