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In this work I studied career decisions of young women in Russia, namely determinants, which influence the labour-force participation and monthly wage earnings. Literature review showed that along with the career choice women who have to make decisions in terms of marriage and child bearing, which seriously constrain their possibilities comparing to men. I also researched factors, which impact career decisions, such as education, previous work experience, etc.

In my research I used indicators, which determine career decisions and wage earnings. My research was conducted on RLMS HSE data. Method of empirical analysis is logistic regression and ordinary least squares regression.

The empirical results indicated statistical significance of accumulated experience, number of children and professional group on a career of a young woman.

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