Money Woes of Women
Women typically have less money than men. Their investment and savings portfolios are smaller than men. Women are accused of shopping and spending they are upset. They are accused of being risk adverse and too emotional about money. None of these urban myths are really the heart of the matter. The truth is: they earn less and they live longer. In 2010, women earned 77 cents for every dollar men earned. There is no amount of education or job selection that can eliminate the gap. Adding to this is the fact so many women are the caregivers in their family. This can put them at risk for stopping work before their full earning potential is reached. It can also mean part time work that allows for them to care for family. There is an option that many women are embracing: Relationship Marketing. This can allow them to choose their own hours, work from home attend to family needs and still build an ongoing growing income. It also meets another critical need: that is to have a social support network. Women are natural networkers and this skill can add to the bottom line and provide for them long into their retirement years.
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