Children in Lithuania still tend to choose learning subjects by traditional gender roles, which determines later disproportionate distribution of men and women in the labor market, shown by the latest research by the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) presented in Vilnius.
Experts say the tendencies cause major economic losses, suggesting that stereotypes should be broken for young children about male and female professions, thus bridging the gap in salaries of men and women.
According to the survey, which should be finalized and presented in...
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