This project focuses on gender differences in labor supply, professional insertion and geographic mobility. It aims at evaluating the integration process into the labor market and more generally the labor supply for individuals, with a particular focus on the situation of women. Therefore, this project focuses on two determinants of the stability of women’s participation to the labor market, namely family context and job insecurity. The first part of the project aims at studying events that impact professional stability and their consequences on gender inequality. The other part will focus on the long-term integration into labor market, through the evaluation of a public policy. Finally, the last part focuses on the relationship between marriage/separation and geographic mobility.