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In Italy, about 66% of women with two or more children do not work. According to a new report by Save the Children, in fact, female employment rate in the this country (50.6%), already low and below the European average (62.1%), falls alarmingly among mothers and in a inversely proportional manner with the increase in the number of children. Because of the pregnancy, in addition, many women are fired or forced to resign. A phenomenon that in 2008-2009 affected about 800 thousand mothers.