Are women less likely to become entrepreneurs?

"A great deal of attention is paid to the glass ceiling that prevents women from climbing the corporate ladder. The under-representation of women at the executive level in large corporations is thought to be one of the main obstacles to female economic empowerment. But there is an additional obstacle that is less widely publicised – and just as debilitating. This is the glass ceiling that women face when they want to become self-employed and start their own business." Read more

Robert M. Sauer The Conversation 23 Sep 2016

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