Vol. 3,No. 10, October 2013

Author(s): Masoomeh Amoozeh, Bahman Gholami, Auob Garavand

Abstract: The current study has been conducted with the aim of viewing the impact of out of house rural women employment on rural household economic. In this experimental done research, two group of women; employed ones as the experimental and the unemployed ones as the control group in a limited era were investigated to identify the influence of employment o the amount of participation and their own decision making power in rural household economics issues. In the present study 95 percent of the household women (employed or unemployed) participated in which 25 percent of the women were employed and the rest were unemployed. The results of the study reveal that there is a meaningful relationship between women employment and their decision making power in meeting the needs of household as well as in the field of rural household enterprise method, but there is no meaningful relationship between employment and marketing of rural household production. Also, the comparative studies of the hypothesis related to the employed and unemployed women and their own power of decision making in meeting rural basic needs, marketing and enterprise there was no significant difference between employed and un employed women.

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