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Volume :48 Issue : 2 2020      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Factors Contribution to the Formation of Desired Occupations for Omani Women: A Field Study

Auther : Muner karadsheh Naser R. Almaoule Asila Ali Alzari

This study aimed to study the social, cultural and economic determinants for women's preferred occupations.
Methods: The data was collected from three territories (northern, middle and southern) to represent Omani society. Social sample survey methodology was used in this study due to its ability to describe the problem in a comprehensive and precise way.
Results: The most important result from this study was the more urbanized people, the more they gain monthly, the more positive attitudes toward modernized professions such as banking jobs, commercial and service, and it contributes in the formation of new preferred professions for women.
Keywords: Preferred Occupations, Omani Society, Economic Factor.

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