Improving Women's Employment in the Effective Use of Human Resources in the Labor Market


  • Iroda K. Khuvayedullayeva Tashkent State University of Economics, Tashkent, Uzbekistan



labor market, human resources, human capital, Russia, globalization, labor relations, underemployment, employment status, inactive population, active population


The research investigated the socio-economic implications of employment organization within the mahalla system, particularly focusing on the systematic resolution of women's issues and the unique aspects of their social support. Additionally, it examined the novel mechanisms for jointly addressing critical issues aimed at enhancing living standards. A thorough analysis of the organizational status of the mahalla system was conducted, along with an evaluation of its effectiveness. Specific attention was devoted to assessing the employment situation of unemployed women in the Yunusabad district through the mahalla system. The study provided insights into the current status and challenges faced by unemployed women in accessing employment opportunities within the mahalla system, offering recommendations for improvement.


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How to Cite

Khuvayedullayeva, I. K. . (2024). Improving Women’s Employment in the Effective Use of Human Resources in the Labor Market. American Journal of Economics and Business Management, 7(3), 114–119.