A lot of girls are getting education but a smaller number is able to proceed to post-secondary level and out of them most are not allowed to participate in the workforce. A lot of professions have now put a rule for the high educational requirement for a person to get the job. As women in Pakistan are limited to the access of getting higher education this restricts them to get into a workforce. Hence this factor remains a significant barrier for women. In Pakistan a lot of women are restricted because of their husbands as they are not well educated and do not allow their wives to get out of the house and work and the other reason is segregation (pardah).
Some people may claim that mothers should go to work to help her husband to have a better income. However, it is argued that if mothers go to work, they cannot take care and protect the house and children and they will face a lot of stress. Taking care of the house and children and protecting them is one reason that mothers should stay at home. If the mother wasn't at home, it will be a mess because she can't clean it all the time and when she is back from, work she will be tired and she can't do anything. In "we are tired all the time, say 60 % of working mothers," Daniel Bates (2007), women in their thirties are exhausted by the demand of a career.
For a long time people have always thought that men and women have certain roles. They have to do these specific roles and if they don 't do what they are supposed to do they are frowned upon and people have a hard time accepting that. In all reality men and women have certain roles but there are roles that can be done by both. For example women can do jobs that are considered men jobs and vice versa. Men and women have lots of different roles that are specific to them, but there are roles women can do that a man would normally do and there are a lot of people that don 't think that is right and everyone should follow the typical stereotypes.
Etc.With reference to osteoporosis, more women are affected than men because of deep social reason –such which relate to why women do not get enough nutrition and exercise. These reasons are influenced by social perception of women, the diet they should have or the roles directed to them, example: women should be at home looking after and caring for the children rather than at the gym exercising to keep healthy (Arber, S and Thomas,
Furthermore, lack of leadership ability, self- confidence and working skills are the reasons which restrain the career growth of women. According to Kaur, male exceed women in terms of language, discourse, managerial styles which also prevent women from being successful in their career. Kaur introduces the factors such as personal, legal, social factors which trigger glass ceiling and ensures precise information about each of them, and she maintains that women cannot be successful in their work because of these factors. On the other hand, there are some companies such as Infosys, Titan Industries, Johnson & Johnson which are dealing with gender diversity and have created a great chance for women to work and expand their career. At the end, she gives some suggestions to solve gender diversity.
She is forced to live a life with rules, and burdens. She is not used to living a regular life like getting married and having a job. The way this story is viewed can draw a lot of criticism. If being seen through a perspective of a gender or feminist critic. The time period played a big role in her life because she was a female.
women are usually not favorably educated based on the assumption that they will end the career in their husband’s house. ). For instance, men have always been assigned more difficult task, like going to the farm, helping their fathers and so on while girls are usually subjected to house chores and not partake in any serious tasks. An assessment of this argument suggests that the problem of gender discrimination began from the family level based on the differential roles assigned to gender in all aspects of
Statement of the problem The tourism and hospitality industry remains largely male-dominated, particularly in the upper echelons of management. In the ideal world there would be a balance between male and females in the work environment. However, gender continues to be a substantial problem with regard employment of woman in the industry. The most pressing issue in gender equality is the limited growth or progression of women in terms of career development. The reality of the situation is such that, people still believe cultural, social and structural beliefs, which typically tend to relegate woman to service roles.
There is also an argument that for women to make their voice heard journalism or the media space is stronger. There is an increased level of involvement by women in communication sectors but they usually get stuck in the middle and hardly reach at the top decision making level. Low wages, marginalisation, unfair labour practices, sexual harassment are some of the challenge faced by women journalist at work place. Therefore, instead of getting succumbed to the dominant set up one should take pro-active steps within their capacities to challenge and change the current state of affairs. Apart from these external issues the women also have to go through the challenges and limitations posed by their family and immediate society.
8. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY Significance related to the challenges and problems faced by middle aged working women from IT industry in senior positions is drawn from the analysis of responses. Professional women of the said category feel isolated and burdened by the simultaneous demands of their new aspirations on one side and the traditional way of life on the other. Women are discriminated against in all walks of life, by the time they would have crossed their prime time of their life in their twenties and thirties they would have face multiple challenges Women are subjugated, dominated and exploited both at work places and home. Women are generally unable to give proper and quality time to households, kids and family or be it for themselves.