The objective of this study is to test the relationship between female employment with fertility rate and GDP per capita. The facts in the United States stated that the growth of the U.S. labor force is contributed by a major factor in the twentieth century brilliant increase in the women labor force participation rate. During this period, the U.S. economy has undergone economy growth that increased in demand for labour (Toossi & Morisi, 2017). In O.E.C.D. countries, the role of labor market attrition in generating recent observations of the female employment ratio and total fertility rate. If female employment rate is to match male rate in the United States, then the overall GDP would rise by 5% (Hewlett, 2012). Female earn less than male in United State, it makes up a disproportionate share of people in poverty. Even there have been significant move up in female’s status but rates of progress are slow (Caiazza, Werschkul, Williams ; Shaw, 2004). Equality has improved in the US when female earned about 62% as much as male since 1979. In 2010, on average, female earned 81% of what male earned. Female participation in labor force climbed in 1970s and 1980s, and reached 60% in 2000. However, this figure has decreased to 46.7% in 2010 and is not expected to increase in 2018.(Rocha ; Fuster, 2005).