Occupational Women Health

Identifying issues and problems in the occupational women health remains a challenge. Much of women's work remains anonymous, unpaid and uncounted such as in agriculture, food production and the marketing of home-made products and work in the home. Within the paid labor force, women are disproportionately focused in the informal sector, moreover the scope of industrial regulations, trade unions, insurance or even data collection. Women may undertake paid work at home, or part time or full time paid work with household work and the care of children, the sick and the elderly. They are inclined to move in and out of the paid labor force during distinct life stages; within the paid labor force they may have a variety of different jobs and occupations in succession.

  • Women Mental Health
  • Physical activity of women
  • Family Health
  • Child Care
  • Women Healthcare

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