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Social scientists have long been interested in the problem of segregation in the labor market by gender, that is, the tendency of men and women in the employment population to be differently distributed across occupations.2 Many developing countries bring out gender gap in education, employment, and health which are the indicators of human capital. In addition, education is an asset. Once gained, it can not be sold. This was based on the theory that education is an investment in human capital and as its amount increases, individual's skills and competencies also increase. There are overwhelming distinctions in education between the sexes in some developing countries. Furthermore, employment opportunities and earnings differ greater by gender in most developing nations (World Bank, 2001).