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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)


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


Women s employment in pakistan charting progress through statistics

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


Women s employment in pakistan charting progress through statistics

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

Labor force participation

Unemployment


Women s employment in pakistan charting progress through statistics

II. Women in the Economy in 1999-2011:Labor force participation



Women s employment in pakistan charting progress through statistics

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

Female labor force participation

Female unemployment



Women s employment in pakistan charting progress through statistics

II. Women in the Economy in 1999-2011: Employment Status: Wage-earners


Women s employment in pakistan charting progress through statistics

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

Agriculture female workers


Women s employment in pakistan charting progress through statistics

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

Manufact.

female

workers

Services

female

workers


Ii women in the economy in 1999 2011 benefits for wage earning women
II. Women in the Economy in 1999-2011:Benefits for Wage-earning Women


Women s employment in pakistan charting progress through statistics

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.


Bibliography
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.