Mothers and daughters
Women’s work is strongly conditioned by the needs of the family, such as maternity leave and periods of assistance to children and parents. Paid leave can weigh on the economic results of women (including on pensions). Mothers (and fathers) encourage daughters to reproduce (by caring for the grandchildren) while daughters care for elderly mothers (and fathers and fathers-in-law...). The social state does not always help reconcile work with caring for the family.