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Thursday, January 15, 2015

Working Women Vs Housewives

India is a land of opportunities and here women are doing equally well in the job market. Unlike yester years women in India are becoming more independent. They are vocal about their rights, straightforward in dealing with problems and equally emotional about people they care about. Although, in this fast paced life, there’s no time, women in India are doing everything for keeping a balance between work and life.

I was completely amazed to see some interesting women centric job profiles coming up however women in India are capable of giving a tough fight to its male counterpart in any given field. Working women are always active. They are more focused about their goals in life and their priorities. Although they may look ultra-professional from outside, they actually have a very soft side inside. Working women are definitely more serious about their relationships with their partners.
Woman staying at home like a regular housewife miss out various fun. Their main priority is only to keep the house clean, cook, take care of kids and watch daily soaps. They also gain weight fast because they have no serious work to do. Indian housewives typically gain weight and are found strolling in the neighborhood park. Unfortunately they realize about their weight after a long time. While working women are always on their toes, attending meetings, travelling, eating less oily food which eventually makes them gorgeous. They keep themselves busy and their mind has enough room for creativity.

There are so many women in India, who loves to stay inside however they never realize that by doing this they are killing their skills. Sitting at house is like a drug addiction which will eventually make you dumb. Working women surely knows this which is why they prosper. They are good at everything from cooking to taking care of their partners.

They hardly indulge in small talks. They have a world of their world and their independence is their greatest weapon to kick away their blues. I don’t know how happy Indian housewives are but I definitely know there is huge lot of pressure over them. They have to listen to everyone and act accordingly. They have less freedom which makes them vulnerable. In order to break the monotony, women should seriously think about the pros and cons of taking a working life or a life of house wife. It’s perfectly fine to have a choice and I respect everyone’s view. These are only my opinion, feel free to leave your comments.