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Single parents under Hartz IV: Lack of childcare makes participation in vocational training measures difficult

Single mothers receiving Hartz IV payments participate significantly less in so-called training measures than single Hartz IV recipients without children. This was the result of a study by the Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung (IAB) (Institute for Employment Market and Vocational Research) published on 27th October 2011.
The investigation confirms that single mothers receiving Hartz IV payments only take part regularly in such measures when the youngest child is at least 15 years old; this also applies to support with initial financial support or integration allowances. All these are support measures are considered to promise success when getting the unemployed back to work.
The employment market researcher Cordula Zabel attributes this discrepancy to the following consumption: “It may be that this form of support is more difficult to reconcile with childcare tasks.” Single recipients of Hartz IV payments more frequently accept low-paid jobs or application training because such measures are more flexible in terms of time and usually fit in better with their life situation, although they rarely lead to a regular job, (which of course does not solve the problem of childcare).

Good childcare facilities lead to higher participation in support measures.
In regions with more childcare facilities, more single Hartz IV recipients participating measures of the so-called active employment market policy; in regions where 5% more all-day care for three- to six-year old children is available, 8% more single parents participate, as IAB researcher Zabel calculated. When collecting her data however, she referred only to western Germany: Here only 23% of all children from three- to six-years old go to kindergarten all day, while the figure in eastern Germany is already 65%; this has little influence however on whether more women take part in training measures and return to work, because the number of unemployed women in eastern Germany is still much higher than in the West.
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