Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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R.Jency Antony Ramila, Dr.J.Amalanathan
The research was conducted with female construction labourers employed in the informal sector. The study seeks to investigate the socio-economic circumstances of female labourers, the nature of their employment, their working conditions, salary patterns, wage discrimination, and other challenges encountered in their workplaces. For the purpose of evaluating the socio-economic situation of women working in construction, a sample of 400 women in the construction labour force was chosen. The data for this study has been gathered from both primary and secondary sources. The primary data was gathered via an interview schedule, while secondary data was obtained from websites, journals, and newspapers. The study's findings indicate that a significant proportion of migrant women are involved in the construction sector, where they are working in unskilled and low-wage positions such as coolies, labourers, and helpers. They had numerous challenges as a result of their disadvantaged socioeconomic status.
Construction Industry, Unskilled, womenlabour, Socio-economic condition
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