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The standard of living of garment workers in Cambodia : its determinants and workers' perception

@inproceedings{Chiek2008TheSO,
  title={The standard of living of garment workers in Cambodia : its determinants and workers' perception},
  author={Chansamphors Chiek and Vidyāsthān Khmaer samrap Sahapratipattikar niṅ Santibhāb},
  year={2008}
}
Since the mid 1990s, the rapid growing garment factories around Phnom Penh city have provided many employment opportunities for young female women from the rural areas. Previous researches confirmed that the workers who left their rural work to take up new jobs in the garment factory could earn higher wages than their previous work. Moreover, part of their earnings from the garment work was used to improve their family’s standard of living who was residing in the countryside. Yet these studies… 
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