Few women employed in top state jobs
Paul O'Mahony · 27 Jun 2007, 08:41
Published: 27 Jun 2007 08:41 GMT+02:00
The previous government had set itself the stated aim of employing women in half of all top level state jobs. In 2005, 41 percent of available posts in this category were occupied by women.
The new government however removed this goal, a decision which Minister for Financial Markets Mats Odell still feels was the the correct one.
"If we were to take stock of our appointment policies now we would not see a satisfactory result. But our ambition is to improve this in the future and we will have to return to the matter to see how the situation has developed," he said.