Effects of Positive Discrimination.

Over the past decade, it found that more women than men had enrolled in Hungary’s universities - with the number this autumn at 54.5%. Male students were meanwhile dropping out at a higher rate, and it suggested that the feminisation of the teaching profession may have led to 82% of teachers being women.
The report found that “feminine traits” such as emotional and social maturity were favoured in Hungary’s education system, which meant that sexual equality would be “considerably weakened”.
The researchers warned that Hungary’s economy could be put at risk if “masculine traits” were undervalued, which they listed as technical skills, risk-taking and entrepreneurship.
The report concluded that this could even impact everyday life with young people at a loss for what to do with “a frozen computer, a dripping tap, or furniture that has arrived flat-packed and there is no one to put it together”.


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