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Gender Differences in Career Progression of Public Servants in Georgia

Student: Mziia Kutivadze

Supervisor: Valeriya Utkina

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Public Administration (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2020

Recent studies has concentrated on examination of career factors in the public service for men and women. But there are no studies on this topic in Georgia. Georgia is taking active steps to establish gender equality. This study aims to identify which gender-related issues are still relevant for Georgia and hinder women's career advancement. The results of this study will also be useful for Russian researchers, as Georgia and Russia have common historical prerequisites for the status of women in society.

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