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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 8746-8752

Study Of The Impact Of Education On The Income Spending Freedom Of Educated Woman

Ankita Chaturvedi, Pro (Dr.) Rainu Gupta.


Woman is a thought and a symbol of courage. Today, the contribution of women holds an important place in increasing the pace of development of developing India. Women's independence is considered an important determinant of access to education. Women's increased education is positively associated with various activities. Keeping these facts in mind, the researcher felt the need to study the impact of education on the freedom to spend the income of educated working women.
The present research paper aims to study the impact of education on the freedom to spend income of educated working women. This research is based on descriptive survey research technique. In this research, 120 low educated working women and highly educated working women were selected through random method.. Questionnaire and secondary sources were used to collect data.
On the basis of the information received from the survey, it was concluded that education has a positive effect on the freedom to spend of educated working women as compared to non-educated working women.
Main points – Education, working women, income expenditure, independence and level of education.

Key words: Impact , Education , Income , Freedom , Woman

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