Category: Women in the Workforce


Exploring the Mompreneur

Can a woman be both a mother and an entrepreneur?   Apparently they can. Over the years, this growing-in-popularity slang term describes women who can run their own businesses while still maintaining their role as a full-time parent. The growth of the internet and e-commerce has played a big role in allowing mothers to become entrepreneurs, as it allowed women… Read more →

Powerful Women in the Labor Movement

Did you know? In 1890, when the government first tracked workers’ hours, the average workweek for full-time manufacturing employees was 100 hours and 102 hours for building tradesmen.  Organized labor is the backbone of our country and has been for a long time. It is the only thing that keeps us from being slaves to corporations. For example, a master… Read more →