Why specifically target women in business? Good question.
- 78% of bachelor degrees are earned by women
- 72.9% of women with children under 16 living at home were part of the employed workforce.
- Women’s labour force participation rates have not fallen due to the presence of children at home
- Women are highly organized and able to manage multiple tasks effectively
- Women are effective at building strategic alliances and partnerships
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- Work with a highly trained marketing professional on your employment promotion
- Promote your job posting to an online community of over 21,000 women
- Posting is included in our weekly newsletter
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- Posting can be promoted through our monthly webinars for professional women
Statistics of Women in the Workplace
- The number of women in the workforce have exceeded the number of males in the workforce.
- Among working moms, 67% are breadwinners or co-breadwinners.
- Today only 1 in 5 households has a “Stay-at-Home Mom.”
- Today 1 out of 5 households are run by a single parent. In 1975 only 1 out of 10 were single-parent households.
- Millenials are much more likely than Gen X’ers and Boomers to link their work with their sense of self and self-fulfillment. This statistic increases significantly for women earning over $70,000 per year.
- Unlike Gen X’ers and Boomers, Millenial men reported doing the same exact amount of household work each day (72 minutes) as the average millennial female.
- 82% of “pink slips” during the “Great Recession” went to men.