Employment vulnerability is considered as working under inadequate conditions. The paper authored by Krymshakov et al., examines the impact of employment vulnerability on earnings with reference to gender-based differences. Analyses were based on the LiK data for 2010–2013 and 2016 indicate negative impact of employment vulnerability on earnings. Women experienced this negative effect more severely. Government labour-market policy should focus not only to increase employment, but should also address the issue of vulnerability of employment, improvement of working conditions, and expanding employment opportunities for women. The article can be found at this link: https://doi.org/10.1080/00220388.2023.2191780.