Women Employment in the Unorganized Sector : Occupational Distribution by Dr. Arvind Kumar
The unorganized sector is a significant set of economic activities which plays a vital role in a country’s development. The size and structure of unorganized sector can fluctuate in several stages of development. The majority of rural and urban poor women workers in the informal sector do not have any social security and are exploited and denied opportunities to lead a creative life and enjoy a decent standard of living, individual freedom, dignity and self respect. Women’s participation in the labour market depending on some helping factors rather than wage rates. These helping conditions would include several factors like number of children, their age, type of family, size of family, health of family members, nature and type of job, distance of workplace, etc. Through the centuries, women have been working for their families as long as sixteen hours or more from day break till late into the night. Women have no important place in the household’s economy. This book includes various theories and models which are direct related to women workers in the unorganised sector.
- Publisher : Booksclinic Publishing
- Language : English
- Page : 139
- Size : 5×8
- ISBN-13 : 9789358237672
- Reading Age : 3 Years
- Country Of Origin : India
- Generic Name : Book
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Dr. Arvind Kumar has completed his MA and M.Phil in Economics from Chaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut andPh.D in Economics from Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University (A Central University) Lucknow.He is also UGC-NET qualified in Economics.He also got RGNF and ICSSR fellowship during his research work and published various research papers in different reputed journals.
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