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Italians start the latest, Germans are well in the lead and Croatia is somewhere in the middle

Written by  Nov 06, 2017

Women in Croatia start to work later than their male counterparts, according to new data from the European Union. New figures show that Croatian women start to work on average at the age of 25 whilst men start four years earlier at 21.

On average in the European Union men start work at the age of 22 whilst women start at 23. Italians begin work the latest in the EU, with men at 25 years-old and women 28. Whilst the Germans prove that they are the most hard working nation in Europe as both men and women start as teenagers, both 19 years-old.

The Czechs have exactly the same figures as Croatia whilst in France men begin at 22 and women at 23.

The Voice of Dubrovnik


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