Compose a 1250 words assignment on division labor between man and woman in modern china. Needs to be plagiarism free! The Chinese society has also forced women to give up a lot in terms of their education and even acquiring wealth, so they do not make men feel inferior and for them to get a chance to be married. In a news article done by Lovell (2014), she states that the employment of women in China has dropped from 77.4% to 60.8% over the past two decades (part 4). She continues to state that a graduate female intentionally lowered her standards by dropping her employment so as to not look intimidating to suitors. That alone reveals that in the division of labor especially in marriage institutions, men are supposed to dominate over their wives, and this strongly shows that gender inequality is present in labor division.
In China, gender segregation plays a major factor in the division of labor between sexes whereby women are given jobs that are considered of lower standards while men get the jobs that are of a high standard. Chinese girls are brought up in situations whereby they are expected to master domestic skills at a very early age and they are expected to master household skills and when girls are brought up in such situations they limit themselves to the kind of lifestyle they grew up in making them not pursue and big careers when they are big women. They then limit themselves to become housewives and men prefer this because they get no competition from their spouses. China is among one of the countries that have been highly viewed as gender-segregated, and this makes the distribution of labor roles between man and woman mainly to revolve around the limitation of a person according to their sex.
Industries that have been highly viewed to have the highest numbers of gender segregation are those that dominate the economic sector such as the construction industries, social security, and social welfare just to mention but a few. The industries that have the lowest numbers of segregation are those that do not dominate the economy of China. These industries include farming, forestry, agriculture, etc. This shows that women are considered to be weak and, therefore, the jobs, and the tasks that they are expected to perform are not of high standards. This shows how society has