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Challenges of Modern Age in the Field of Work-family Reconciliation Policies in Serbia

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The challenges faced by modern countries have influenced the change of priorities in social policies and, in this context, also in family-related policies. As we know, labor market opportunities and possibilities for working parents are not solely the reflection of a country’s economic situation. Cultural aspects of a country and working parents’ individual characteristics also have an impact on their position in the labor market. Support provided by the state to work­ing parents is another determining factor in their position and viability on the labor market. Because of that, institutional arrangements in this area are very important and they present an intervention field in most European countries, including Serbia. Taking that into account, a frequent topic of public debate is the question what models should be put in place in order to assist parents to enter and remain in the labor market there continuing to fulfil their family responsibilities. The key question of this assignment is to analyze the status of working parents and challenges they face in their efforts to strike a balance be­tween family commitments and work obligations.

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