Major part of the employed in Georgia has Post-Soviet education (44%). The ratio of employees with Soviet-time education accounts for 38%, while the ratio of employees with Bologna system education accounts for 18%.
Higher education system has moved to Bologna Process system which is radically different from Soviet and transient period higher education systems. Nevertheless, only 50% of citizens with the new system’s education are employed. The research was conducted by Social Science Center.
“In whole, on the national labor market a major part of the employed is constituted by citizens with Soviet or Post-Soviet education (65%), both secondary and higher education”, the report reads.