The gender employment gap in productive, decent work persists in Cambodia
“In Cambodia, women’s labor market participation is lower than men’s due to inadequate employment and decent work opportunities, domestic labor and care constraints, and social norms. Together, these factors give rise to a gender gap in the labor force participation rate (LFPR). Women’s LFPRs also depend on cultural expectations about women’s mobility and the presence or absence of substitutes for women’s domestic work.”
Read this gendered analysis on equality within the Cambodian labour market.