Posted by in News on April 30, 2014

Nigeria: Women and Unemployment – Way Forward

“But women face greater vulnerabilities in the labour market because of their relative lack of education and training, the tendency to channel women into certain occupations, and the continuous heavy burdens of unpaid domestic work, child-bearing and child-care , which restrict the time and energy available for income earning activities. Women’s participation in the formal sector employment in Nigeria is low,” said Professor Ekhator Victor Eghe.

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