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Type Journal Article - Southeast Europe Journal of Soft Computing
Title Gender Segregation in Employment in Bosnian and Herzegovinian Labor Market
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Volume 5
Issue 2
Publication (Day/Month/Year) 2016
URL http://scjournal.ius.edu.ba/index.php/scjournal/article/download/121/116
Abstract
This paper analyses employment segregated market, as method of discrimination that is rather common and present in Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (B&H) labor B&H’s labor market were gathered, and examined by using a Mann Whitney test. Since this nonparametric test does not depend on normality of data, it was a best fitting test, independent populations, male and female population. Results of our analysis on analysis of person in employment by group of economics activities, shown that in B& employed than women, and women appear to be more economically inactive in all three economics activities that are selected agriculture, industry and service sector. In order to resolve this problem several recommendations were given among which primary research on education attainment and employment opportunities should be condu on the country level. It is needed to insure that glaw and gender action plan will implemented across the country, at all levels and entities.

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