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Women Employment Opportunity on SMEs Sector: Bangladesh Perspective


Sharifa Akter*


Department of Human Resource Management, Jatiya Kabi Kazi Nazrul Islam University (JKKNIU), Trishal, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. 

*Correspondence: sharifahrm13@gmail.com (Sharifa Akter, Lecturer, Department of Human Resource Management, JKKNIU, Trishal, Mymensingh).

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ABSTRACT 

This study explores women's work prospects in the SME sector of Bangladesh. The researcher has identified two different reasons to conduct this study separately. Number one is that in the last few decades,   have played a very active and important role, and the second is that by empowering women, female entrepreneurs build new job opportunities and solve the different problems of society. Small and medium-sized enterprises, which play an important role as engines of economic growth in many countries, provide growth opportunities for low-cost jobs. The results of the study illustrate the correlation between job opportunities for SMEs and women. Women's entrepreneurship is seen as a crucial instrument of women's empowerment and emancipation. Small and medium-sized enterprises, which play an important role in many countries as engines of economic growth, provide opportunities for low-cost employment with growth. The study finding shows the relationship between employment opportunities for SMEs and Women. Women entrepreneurship is seen as a key tool for empowering and liberating women. Developing countries such as Bangladesh are better off starting a small and medium-sized company because Bangladesh belongs to the low-income group facing problems of unemployment, poverty, low savings rate, low capital accumulation. Business on the micro and small scale did not require huge investment, it begins with limited capital. Developing nations such as Bangladesh are better off starting a small and medium-sized business because Bangladesh is part of the low-income community facing unemployment, poverty, low savings rate, low accumulation of capital problems. Micro and small-scale companies did not need tremendous investment but began with minimal resources. 


Keywords: Women employment, Entrepreneurs, Bangladesh, Opportunity, Perspective, and SMEs.


Citation: Akter S. (2020). Women employment opportunity on SMEs sector: Bangladesh perspective, Int. J. Manag. Account. 2(5), 105-118. https://doi.org/10.34104/ijma.020.01050118


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