[SBS Special] I'll do the job, who wants to see the child? ① In
[SBS Special] I'll do the job, who wants to see the child?
the SBS special broadcast on the 25th, under the subtitle,'I will work, who will see the child?'
In the broadcast that day, dual-income couples who were in emergency care of their children due to Corona 19.
The situation where parents go to work but children should stay at home is heading towards a care cliff.
The mother of two sons, Misuk Jung, runs a coffee shop that is 10 minutes away from home.
Somewhere in the house where only two brothers were left, Misook's voice was heard.
This is CCTV.
Mr. Misook was taking care of the child through CCTV.
He was taking care of children's studies and meals through CCTV.
In response, Mr. Mi-sook said, "The children seem to be monitored and dislike it, but they have not found a safer way to care for them."
And he said that it was a pity that the disaster left behind a caring gap in which the younger brother of the brothers died in the end of a fire that occurred when only elementary school brothers were present while his mother was away from home in September.
The time when more than half of working mothers think about leaving the company is when children enter elementary school.
This was because all day care could not be achieved like kindergartens and day care centers.
In addition, it is not enough to lean on the public care system.
Accordingly, Joo-eun, the mother of a 4 or 9-year-old child, hired three mothers.
In the morning, a caregiver teacher who helps prepare the garden, and a play caregiver who is responsible for play and learning after school.
Finally, even the evening caregiver who takes care of the dinner.
Mr. Joo-eun said, "The caregiver is like a savior, which is indispensable," and said, "The cost is about 1.5 million to 1.6 million won, and I am very satisfied. I want to continue doing this, but it is true that there is a financial burden." did.
Young-il, a working mom, a dental hygienist, is a mother with four children.
He leaves the youngest to his mother, and the children aged 5 and 7 spend the whole day at the daycare center.
However, the eldest daughter, a third grader in elementary school, who is difficult to care for all day, revealed that the mother is in charge of taking care of him, either by the mother or by delaying the work.
Then, Mr. Young-il cried, saying, "I met my working mother and the child is too salty."
And I was worried about the situation that would be more difficult than now when my second child enters elementary school next year.
There should be a caring system that guarantees the convenience of the streets with all-day care in elementary school.
Denmark, the number one country for raising children, was difficult to think about quitting because of caring.
Denmark attracted attention because it was possible to take care of children on their own with a special employment system of free and flexible work without any caring gaps at a high rate of 63.5% of public care.
In recent years, the flexible work that is gradually being introduced in Korea, Dong-mi Dong-mi, Kyung Dan-nyeo, succeeded in re-employment.
However, he worried that if Corona 19 continues until next year and online classes continue, there will be a crisis of career disruption from next year when the child enters elementary school.
If elementary school care, pointed out by many dual-income couples, is not resolved, their fundamental concerns will be difficult to resolve.
In response, the expert stressed, "Not only should you take care of it at school, but you should take care of a certain part in the village. You should not forget that the family raises, the village raises, and the state raises together.
Is it because of this? Recently, town care has begun.
So Mi-sook visited our neighborhood center with the children.
This place has been taking care of the children from school to dinner.
The mothers delighted in the system available to any elementary school student in the area.
They pointed out the merit, "I eat until dinner, so I spend time preparing dinner and spend more time with my children."
And the belief that it is a place where children can be safely is also an advantage.
Finally, the broadcast pointed out the still insufficient care system and emphasized that a system that can satisfy all of them should be established as soon as possible so that dual-income couples can work freely for their future.
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