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Women’s Employment in Pakistan: Charting Progress through Statistics. Mehreen Hasan BSMS 6A. (1999 – 2012). I. The Economy in 1999-2011: Relationship b/w GDP growth and other economic variables. I. The Economy in 1999-2011: Relationship b/w GDP growth and other economic variables.

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women s employment in pakistan charting progress through statistics

Women’s Employment in Pakistan:Charting Progress through Statistics

MehreenHasan

BSMS 6A

(1999 – 2012)

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I. The Economy in 1999-2011:Relationship b/w GDP growth and other economic variables

Labor force participation

Unemployment

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II. Women in the Economy in 1999-2011:Relationship b/w GDP growth and other economic variables

Female labor force participation

Female unemployment

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II. Women in the Economy in 1999-2011:Increase of women in agricultural sector

Agriculture female workers

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I. The Economy in 1999-2011:Relationship b/w GDP growth and other economic variables

Manufact.

female

workers

Services

female

workers

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Conclusion

  • While increases in employment are evident, a gender gap is glaringly obvious.
  • Women still do not figure prominently in the labour market, and are disadvantaged in terms of sector and employment status.
  • Apparent gains in female employment and unemployment are skewed by the majority of the women replacing men in unpaid positions as men gain salaried positions.
  • Benefits are reserved for women in salaried positions.
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Bibliography
  • International Labour Office. (2009). Global Employment Trends for Women . Geneva: International Labour Office.
  • Pakistan Bureau of Statistics. (2012). Pakistan Employment Trends 2011. Islamabad.
  • United Nations Statistics Division. (2000). The World\'s Women 2000: Trends and Statistics. New York: United Nations Statistics Division.
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