Women at Work: Labor Force Participation and Empowerment in KPK, Pakistan
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This essay's goal is to shed light on the variables that affect married women's decisions to enter the workforce in KPK, Pakistan. This empirical study consists in the PDHS for the years 2017–18 uses binary logistic regression (1973 sample size). The findings show that while women's age and place of residence have a positive but slight impact on empowerment, women's education, occupation, wealth index, and husband's education all have a positive and statistically significant impact. A socioeconomic policy can be created for a developing area like KPK, Pakistan. On the basis of this research, a development policy can be created to improve human resource development for a developing and traditional economy like Pakistan, with a particular focus on gender issues. Researchers, decision-makers, and social scientists can get benefit from the conclusions of this work since it will raise the bar for social welfare and equity.