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6 Oct 2015 15:03

Do Women Usually Work After Getting Married In Your Country?


6 Oct 2015 16:57

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some work after some work naver

6 Oct 2015 17:08

Working

6 Oct 2015 17:47
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6 Oct 2015 17:50

Quote by Heavenscents
Yes ofcourse, even woman stay at home she had a lot of work, ;)

6 Oct 2015 17:55

Yah ofcorse

6 Oct 2015 17:58

Quote by Syful-islma
Do Women Usually Work After Getting Married In Your Country?


:hm

yes work

6 Oct 2015 18:03

The equality of men and women are already establish everyone has a right to work to provide all the needs of their children ..... so it basically depends on how they handle life some still go on work some are stay as a plain housewife

6 Oct 2015 18:07

yes.

but it really depends on the newlywed couple.

there are instances when the husband wants his wife to be a full-time housewife..and if the wife wants the same thing..then she'll resign from her job and be a housewife.

but there are also instances when the wife keeps her job either by choice or financial reasons.

6 Oct 2015 18:09

Its up to the couple especially the wife if she wants to work or not

6 Oct 2015 18:54

As ive noticed husband wants thier wife to stay only at home ..

But it still depend in wifes f still dey wants to work or not anymore after wed..

6 Oct 2015 19:20

No never

6 Oct 2015 19:22
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6 Oct 2015 21:45

Quote by Syful-islma
Do Women Usually Work After Getting Married In Your Country?


:hm

Really yes

Edited by Ssandra5 / 6 Oct 2015 21:48
6 Oct 2015 22:36

Yes in our country women do goto work when they get married they usually stop working to have kids but a lot of them like to go bk to work when children are old enuf to start nursery or school to help support their kids too!

7 Oct 2015 01:04

Yes.

7 Oct 2015 01:53

Hmm...did they work b4 they marry?? If not, usually they dont. If they work b4, well it depends on their agreement

7 Oct 2015 03:32

It's optional

7 Oct 2015 07:05

why
should
they
not
work??