Gender Difference Among Employees Working In Diplomatic Missions

  • Farkhanda Warsi


This study was conducted to examine the gender differences among men and women employees working in Diplomatic Missions. The area of the study was different Diplomatic Missions of different countries and their employees both men and women. The random sampling technique was used to select 24 employees working in diplomatic missions as a sample for the study. Out of 24 employees, 12 were women and 12 were men. Data was collected through questionnaire developed by researcher. The reliability of the questionnaire came out to be .759 for number of employment opportunities and 0.892 for position in office hierarchy. Data collected through questionnaire was analyzed through quantitative means and the data collected was presented in percentage and frequencies and to test the hypothesis paired sample Independent t-test was applied. Findings of this study indicated that gender difference exists between men and women employees working in Diplomatic Missions, the ratio of women employees was less on top position in most of the Diplomatic Missions as compared to men. Moreover, men and women not treated equally in number of employment opportunities. Therefore, it is recommended that authorities of Diplomatic Missions should treated equally of both employees in terms of number of employment opportunities, and top positions in diplomatic missions