Who would you rather work for? A man or a woman? In the United States, it’s more likely than ever that you will be working for a woman.
In this edition of Women at Work, we’re taking a look at women-owned businesses.
- Since 1997, the number of women-owned firms has increased 74 percent, a rate one and half times the national average.
- Now there are nearly 9 and half million women-owned businesses in the United States, which accounts for 30 percent of all enterprises. Women owned firms are growing faster in number and employment than most others.
Lisa Maatz on the women-owned businesses
Lisa Maatz spoke to CCTV about the increasing number of women-owned businesses. She’s the Vice President of Government Relations at the American Association of University Women.