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Domestic Servants.. Continuous Suffering

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The report points out that one of the most crucial reasons that lead to the predominance of women in the field of domestic work is the lack of interest in women’s education, which increases their job opportunities that depend on their physical efforts in exchange for pay like domestic work. On the other hand, men have multiple chances to complete their education that qualify them to join various job opportunities. Moreover, the increase in unemployment and the lack of job opportunities, which have become a phenomenon all societies suffer from currently, as well as decreasing wages are reasons for women, even educated women, to enter the field of domestic work under many common names such as nanny or babysitter.

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