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Outline of Women at Service Sectors in Tiruchirappalli District

A.B. Angappapillai

         Now-a-days, the monetary independence is measured to be the most important foundation for humanizing the position of women in India.  It is generally arranged that women’s contribution in work would affect in falling their enslavement, pretty their social and economic activities, as well as empowering them to declare more in the family decisions.  In India, women cannot be viewed as a homogenous group as the society is stratified on the basis of class, caste and religion.  It has been observed that participation in work especially for female remains tied to class, caste and religious affiliations.   In order to grasp the nature of these causal relationships, it is imperative to understand the socio-economic characteristics of women work participants. An attempt has been made in this paper to disucss the socio-economic characteristics of the sample women employees under service sector who are working in the selected public and private sector organizations in Trichy district.

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