In Cambodia, service industry is one of the four main industries. Women employed in this industry makes up 25 percent of the total workforce. The work performed by women in the service industry is often considered as the work with "feminized" quality. Thus they are economically devalued and considered unskilled. In 2010, AMRC together with Cambodia Labour COnfederation (CLC) organized a survey involving 101 beer promotion and small restaurant workers in Phnom Penh, Poipet and Siam Reap. The output of the survey which emphasizes the organizing process is widely disseminated among groups in Cambodia
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