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Type of thesis:
Women at work in Mexico
Written by (author):
|Department of Regional and Business Economics (FRDIS)|
Mgr. Hana Jelínková
Final thesis progress:
|Final thesis was successfully defended.|
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|Title of the thesis:||Women at work in Mexico|
|In this bachelor thesis are expressed aspects that affect women employment in Mexico. Through three hypotheses are shown three important aspects: education, family and state. In theoretical part there is described educational system in Mexico, educational funds and also insight to the issue of discrimination and gender equality and also other aspects such as changing trends in women empowerment or married women power. It is also described employment and work condition of women generally. In second part there are proved or disproved three hypotheses saying whether women have good access to education but fewer opportunities than man, if there is positive impact of culture and family on women employment and if there is or not insufficient state involvement in application women on labor market. The aim of this thesis is describe aspects and actual trends of women employment in Mexico.|
|Key words:||Education, discrimination, Mexico, employment, entrepreneurship, equality, married women, women|
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