Traditionally in India women have not been part of the corporate work force with them having very low literacy rate (Sundaram & Vanneman). Women are employed in the unskilled industries like farming, cattle rearing, working as maids, house-helpers and the silk/cotton based industries (Gowasmi). Industrialization in the region has allowed the women to come out of their houses and seek education and employment in the industry.
From the perspectives of the local businesses, this has increased the workforce available to them. Radical feminists in India however tend to exaggerate the already existing issues that women face in the urban and the rural communities to make an argument for the implementation of radical changes in the country like higher pay for women, extension for more facilities for them and the increased inclusion of women in the workforce on the basis of the population gender ratio instead of the skill of the individuals applying for the jobs.
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