An International Comparison of School-to-Work Transitions
Edited by Hans-Peter Blossfeld, Jan Skopek, Moris Triventi and Sandra Buchholz
Chapter 16: Segregated Worlds of Male and Female Labor Market Entrants in Estonia During the Last Decades?
Ellu Saar, Kadri Täht and Marge Unt
In academic research, the persistence of gender segregation in both education and the labor market has been discussed and analyzed extensively because it is thought to account for many forms of gender-based advantage and disadvantage. In the Soviet Union, legal gender equality was one of the basic tenets. However, after regaining independence, Estonia opted for a radical liberal path and political, social and economic spheres of society went through major transformations.
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