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International Migration of Highly Qualified Housewife Mothers and Their Career Concerns

Author(s) : Arzu Kırcal Sahin and Dr. Serpil Aytac*

Publisher : FOREX Publication

Published : 25 February 2021

e-ISSN : 2347-4696

Page(s) : 45-50




Arzu Kırcal Sahin ,Institute of Social Sciences, Bursa Uludag University, Bursa, Turkey

Dr. Serpil Aytac ,Department of Labour Economics and Industrial Relation, Bursa Uludag University, Bursa, Turkey , Email: saytac@uludag.edu.tr

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Arzu Kırcal Sahin and Dr. Serpil Aytac (2021), International Migration of Highly Qualified Housewife Mothers and Their Career Concerns . IJBMR 9(1), 45-50. DOI: 10.37391/IJBMR.090107.