Should women start developing businesses and creating jobs?

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barcelona:
What's funny is how you ask the question as though anybody, anywhere, can just snap their fingers and suddenly create a business. Business doesn't care what gender you are–it is only going to come down to hard work, talent, preparation, knowledge, and determination.

If a woman starts a business just to prove some feminist point, they will fail quickly. They should start a business because they love the idea of making their own products, selling their own products, and running an organization.

MOUTAZ:
Should women start developing businesses and creating jobs?
Jackie:
women should start developing ba business and creating a job when they want to, otherwise, no…
loanmasterone:
Women in business and starting businesses is not a new phenomenal. Women have been in business for themselves and with other individuals for ages.

Many started a business after World War 2 as many women were used to work in factories, since the men had gone off to war and finding labor was difficult.

You might not hear about these women as they are not seeking publicity. These women are earning in the high triple figures each year., and some are multimillionaires.

I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck.

"FIGHT ON"

Ashley:
women should start developing ba business and creating a job when they want to, otherwise, no…
Michelle:
Women have already been starting businesses and creating jobs
Cari:
women should start developing ba business and creating a job when they want to, otherwise, no…
poe:
The hardhat industrial sector is significantly deceased. I worked for myself. Sometimes, I came into office on Christmas Day to prepare or finish the paperwork on a project. There were women who worked much harder than I ever could. A working mom deserves the most respect of anyone in the workforce. I could never understand who they completed job responsibilities. YES, THEY SHOULD START A BUSINESS. Tax credits and a competent banker should permit a woman to take on her own business. If she can care for her baby's need a job would be easy.
Bob:
Women are starting more businesses than men. The real question is how do we get them to stay in business longer than 1 or 2 years?
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