Female Entrepreneur Association 

Female Entrepreneur Association 

Female Entrepreneur Association 

The Female Entrepreneur Association is an online hub designed to inspire women around the globe. The blogs are written by Carrie Green, the founder of the female entrepreneur association blog. Her mission is to share her journey, lessons, and success stories as an entrepreneur who worked her way to financial freedom.

Carrie also incorporates videos into the blog so readers can hear from her directly. She started this online support system to learn how other women stay motivated in their entrepreneurial journey.

For the past few months, the coronavirus pandemic has impacted the entire world. This Public Health crisis has infected millions of people. Even though many businesses and societies are starting to reopen, this virus isn’t going anywhere. On top of all of this, an economic crisis has been created as well and this pandemic has had a devastating impact on both local and global economies. Countless corporations have laid off hundreds of thousands of people, causing unemployment rates to spike, leaving many individuals and families wondering how they are going to make ends meet. When this is combined with the devastating impact the pandemic has had on small businesses, it is clear that everyone has to stick together and provide assistance to those who have been disproportionately affected by COVID-19, which includes women.

Are Women Returning To Traditional Gender Roles?

During the past few years, there has been an increased amount of attention paid to the massive income gap between men and women. Even though there has been some progress made, the pandemic is threatening to reverse all of this. Families face a constant challenge, trying to juggle both work and children. This is a challenge that is hard enough without a global pandemic. When the coronavirus pandemic hit our shores, many people were forced to confine themselves in their homes. Therefore, couples have been forced to decide how they are going to divide up the new labor between caring for children, helping them with their school, and trying to work remotely. When faced with this decision, it is often women to resign themselves to returning to the traditional caregiver role, stepping back from their careers. Of course, this is often justified by the fact that men continue to make more money than women even for the same job, as evidenced by the wealth gap above. Therefore, early evidence is showing that women are being impacted by the pandemic more than men. As a result, it is important to find ways to empower startups and companies that are led by women during this critical time.

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