Constraints and Optimization Paths of Female Migrant Workers’ Employment


Female migrant workers
Human capital




The employment of migrant workers has always been a hot topic, and it is a difficult problem that is should be urgently solved in China. Female farmers are one of the most special members of the migrant worker group. Due to the social concepts and their physiological characteristics, female migrant belongs to a vulnerable group in the job market. Under the predicament of unequal basic resources, difficulty in protecting the labor rights and interests, and multiple roles, the living and survival pressure of female migrant workers have become heavier. Therefore, the optimization of the employment of female migrant workers should be initiated. The paper, discusses the issues related to the female migrant worker’s employment.


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