Restaurant Opportunities and Small Business Loans for Women

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Người chia sẻ: Thich Tam Pham

Explore how women are changing the restaurant industry, and what challenges they still face today in financing, pay, and benefits.

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Believe it or not, that’s the year economists project we’ll finally see equal pay between men and women in the workplace become reality. Today’s woman, despite strong upward momentum throughout the 1980s and 90s, still makes only 82 percent of the weekly paycheck her male counterpart makes, on average.
And that’s white women. For women of color, the disparity is much more dire, falling as low as 62 percent for Latina women by comparison to white men.
Meanwhile, women are better educated than ever before, now representing 57 percent of all college entrances. Moreover, the gap in graduation rate has widened in recent years, with 30 percent of all women in America graduating college, by comparison to 22 percent of American men.
 As 2017 continues, there will be many questions floating unanswered about the food industry. And many of those questions are necessarily about labor and employment for women and minorities specifically.
What affect will changes in Federal agencies and programs have on women in the workplace? Will women be able to find jobs in restaurants? Will their job needs be covered? And if they’re able to get hired, will these women still find fellow female employees at their new jobs who will be able (and willing) to back them up?


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