ENGLISH: Women Empowerment: A Case Study with Reference to Education and Social Status in Pakistan
Keywords:Women Empowerment, Socio-economic conditions, educational attainment, occupation, family structure, marital status, employment status.
Women's empowerment is the process of enhancing and improving the social, economic, political, and legal power of women in order to guarantee their equality and give them the self- assurance to assert their rights, including the freedom to live their lives with a sense of self-worth, respect, and dignity, and to have total control over their lives both inside and outside of the home and the workplace. The right for women to be heard is a legal right. The percentage of women in the world's population is about 50%. There are a lot of unemployed women in the world. The present study “Impact of women empowerment on their socio-economic conditions (A case study of Multan Cantt) was conducted in Multan Cantt. Random sampling method was used. The major goals of the current study were to identify the many socioeconomic elements that contribute to women's empowerment and the difficulties that women confront in society. Different things including educational level, economic standing, occupation, marital status, work status, family structure, etc. all affect empowerment differently. These elements are interconnected, with each having an impact on the others.
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