Home Based Business For Women?

I have great respect and admiration for women and the many roles they play, especially in this era. They have certainly come a long way since being content to stay home while their husbands worked hard for the money. While some women today still choose to do so, most have opted to venture beyond their roles of housewife and mother into the male-oriented world of business.The first sign of this revolution was on the silver screen when scriptwriters and directors began creating power-wielding roles for actresses. Then, Martha Stewart and Oprah Winfrey marched forth to carve a niche for women in the working world. Since then, women-oriented businesses have been mushrooming, some presenting serious competitors to their male counterparts.Women have found their voice and are using it to the fullest in boardrooms, forums and ministries. They have made it to the Fortune 500 list and are named among the movers and shakers of the 21st Century.However, the scenario has slightly altered in the past decade or so. Women are still passionate about creating a name for themselves in their variation fields, but lately the desire to return to their roots is tugging at their heartstrings. They want to settle down, have a family and enjoy motherhood. But at the same time they are unwilling to turn their back on a flourishing carer. So they’ve decided to blend the two, which has resulted in what we now know as the home based business.According to statistics:66 percent of home based businesses in the U.S. are owned by women.
73 percent of women-owned businesses are run from home.
Between 68 and 70 percent of women’s home based businesses will survive over a three-year period.
Home based women business owners are technologically savvy. In fact, these businesses are just as technologically savvy as multinationals with 56 percent having one computer, 39 percent having more than one, 66 percent owning a fax/modem and 55 percent using a mobile phone.
Home based women-owned businesses in the U.S. number 3.5 million and provide full support or part-time employment for an estimated 14 million people.Other empirical observations show that:65 percent of networkers are women.
80 percent of nurses and sales promoters are women.
80 percent of teachers are women.Home based business might be a perfect option for women. They don’t have to worry about long overseas business trips or late night functions that steal their time away from their families. It allows them to contribute financially to their families, without neglecting their wellbeing. Even for the professional, they can start a part-time business in her home from the Internet that would fit snugly into her schedule. With the help of the Internet, a woman can leverage her time, and time for all women is the most precious and scarce commodity!So, are there any differences in the way men and women approach network marketing? Yes. Is one way better than the other? Probably not. However, each can learn from the other.

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