Factors Affecting Skill Development and Job Opportunities for Young Females: Case Study of Pakistan
Mumtaz Ali, Muhammad Amir Aslam, Sadia Rafi

Abstract
The purpose of this study is to investigate the perception of parents towards female technical education. The study interviewed 120 respondents from two villages of Sargodha district. The results explores that 51.9 percent respondents are of view that male supports their parents that’s why they prefer son in attaining education. Moreover, in rural areas the parents preferred son while making decision on technical education. 60 percent male respondents are not in favour of female jobs and 45.9 percent male responded that male member did not allow female to start job after getting education.

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