(i) Lesser women are found in regular salaried employment as compared to men because a larger proportion of women are engaged in the economic activities without stable contracts and steady income. The stable contracts and steady income are two features prevalent in the regular salaried employment.
(ii) Women are engaged in informal segments of the economy, where they are not entitled to any social security benefits.
(iii) Women work in more vulnerable situations than men and have lower bargaining power and, consequently are paid lesser than the male workforce. Thus, the women workers are more likely to be found in the self-employment and casual work as compared to men rather than regular salaried employment.