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This research takes women's invisible work or hidden work into consideration and tries to analyze its economic value. Present research conducted in the Gujrat district of Punjab Pakistan. A triangulation method used to collect data from 286 female respondents was selected through the purposive sampling technique for this study. The economic value is analyzed by using the third person method. The results showed that women perform unpaid household tasks for seven hours a day. The economic value of that work is Rs 539 in a day. A woman performs a lot of household chores that are supposed to be her responsibility. She is making an effort to provide a peaceful and comfortable environment to make her home worth living. The present study suggested a convention on women workers and should develop a national policy to recognize the unpaid work of women and should adopt appropriate legislation and provide safety nets for them.