Georgian females are closing the gender gap in the male-dominated car industry. A statistical snapshot of women in driving license reveals their dominance.
A total of 757 driving licenses has been issued in Georgia during August 2020. The number was slightly higher in July 2020, totaling 761. With average age of 35, females have been dominating among new drivers.
According to the preliminary data of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) of Georgia, during August 2020, out of total 757 driving licenses females have totaled 367, the number was 339 in case of males. The gender was not identified for 51 units. Out of total issued license number, 47 driving license holders are residents of foreign countries.
Like in Aug 2020, females, with average age 35, were dominating in Jul 2020. Out of total number of issued licenses, 761 in July 2020 the number of females was 367 and only 343 of males, with average age 33. Gender was not identified for 51 holders.
Pursuant to MIA, 8,314 driving licenses have been issued in Georgia during the whole 2019. 4,015 issued licenses were hold by women, with average age – 34, the number was 3, 882 for men, with average age 33. The gender has not been identified for 417 units.
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