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Nowadays, on average, more women have higher education and higher position in workplace than before but inequality still persists. Therefore, the topic of gender inequality in education and workplace is the one which is popular in every community as well as one of the most pressing issues discussed regularly in most of countries’ government around the world. Within the scope of this paper, the issue of gender inequality in education and workplace is examined in the way in which not only the root reasons of gender inequality in education and workplace but also its effects on the society and the economy are addressed to suggest the right measures to shorten gender gaps in education and workplace upon the comparative perspective between some selective countries by using qualitative methods. In addition, the results of the online survey conducted in Germany and Vietnam are analysed as well to get a practical knowledge about the gender differences in education and workplace in both countries.

Key words: gender inequality, education and workplace, gender gap, Germany, Vietnam

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A summary of the Global Gender Gap Report 2012 ................................................................. 1

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The causes and effects of gender gap in education and workplace ......................................... 2 2.1
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Gender inequality in education .......................................................................................... 2 Gender inequality in workplace ......................................................................................... 4

The solutions to shorten gender gap in education and workplace ............................................ 6 3.1
A comparable approach of the interventions to increase gender parity in primary and secondary education ................................................................................................................... 6 3.2

The policy responses of European Union countries to reduce the gender pay gap ........... 7

4 Gender inequality in education and workplace in Germany and Vietnam – A comparative perspective ..................................................................................................................................... 9 4.1

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Overview on gender inequality in education and workplace in Vietnam........................... 11

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Gender inequality in education and workplace in Germany ............................................. 13

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A comparison of gender gap index.................................................................................... 9

The analysis of the results from the online survey conducted in Germany and Vietnam . 15

Conclusion ............................................................................................................................. 16

References ................................................................................................................................... 17 Appendix 1: Survey Questionnaire
Appendix 2: Statistics – Gender Split

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1 A summary of the Global Gender Gap Report 2012
The role of women in the total human capital of the world is significant, particularly in the state of the severe shortage of talent faced by most of countries year by year. Therefore, it is highly necessary to improve more and more the empowerment and the education level of women and girls to utilize the female talent, and increase the total outcome of the world economy in the end. Based on this basic idea, the World Economic Forum has been publishing annually the Global Gender Gap Report where the magnitude of gender disparities has been quantified and the progress of the countries around the world in terms of this issue has been tracked over time. In the Global Gender Gap Report 2012 (Hausmann, Tyson, and Zahidi, 2012), four fundamental pillars (subindexes) including economic participation and... Show More

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