Occupational Gender Segregation In India
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Occupational Gender Segregation In India
This paper intends to analyse occupational gender segregation in Indian labour market, using the nationally represented, unit level data from Employment and Unemployment Survey, conducted by National Sample Survey Organisation, during the year 1993-94 and 2004-05. Though an extensive work on occupational gender segregation has been done at international level, empirical works in these areas for Indian labour market are rarely performed; to the best of my knowledge, study on occupation-wise male-female gender inequality in India has not done. Works on gender inequality mainly focused the industry classification(National industry classification or NIC). It is said that female are often engageDownloadViews: 347

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