10 Top Quality Women in Business PLR Articles and Tweets
In this PLR Content Pack You’ll get 10 Quality Women in Business PLR Articles and Tweets with Private Label Rights to help you dominate the Business market which is a highly profitable and in-demand niche.
These Women in Business PLR articles are available in Text file format and can be downloaded instantly after purchase.
Who Can Use This PLR Article Pack?
- Internet Marketers
- Affiliate Marketers
- Digital Product Resellers
- List Builders
What Can You Do This Women in Business PLR?
- Resell it as an E-course.
- Use it as blog posts.
- Create an autoresponder series.
- Create an eBook, video or report to resell or use it to build your email list.
- Create any kind of info product which you can resell with a personal use license.
- And MANY other ways!
Here are the titles of the 10 Quality Women in Business PLR Articles:
- Are Certain Types of Businesses Harder for Women to Break Into?
- Goal Setting for Women Entrepreneurs
- How to Find Balance When Juggling a Business and a Family
- How to Stand Out amongst Other Women Entrepreneurs
- How to Use Your Feminine and Masculine Energy While in Business
- How Women Can Learn to Use Graceful Flow for Success in Life
- Marketing Tips for Women Entrepreneurs
- The Advantages and Disadvantages of Being a Woman Entrepreneur
- The Benefits and Challenges of Working for the Opposite Sex
- The Benefits and Challenges of Working for the Same Sex
Here’s a Sample Article So That You Know What To Expect From These PLR Articles:
Are Certain Types of Businesses Harder for Women to Break Into?
One of the most popular slogans of the women’s liberation movement of the 1970s was, “You’ve come a long way, baby.” Fast forward to the present day and that might hold true in some businesses, but there are some which seem to maintain a closed-door policy and a glass ceiling that women are still battering themselves against more than 40 years later.
The most obvious types of businesses that are harder for women to break into are tech-related. Tech seems more of a boy’s club than an industry in which women can achieve equality. While a recent report from Pew Research has shown that the majority of Americans think women are just as capable in terms of leadership as men, very few women hold positions as CEOs in general (only 26 out of the Fortune 500 companies), and women as leaders in tech companies is even more rare.
The skewing seems to start at a young age, with schools encouraging boys in math and science and girls in softer subjects like liberal arts. This bias continues in high school and the trend is maintained at college level as well, with very few women majoring in computer science or technology. An “old boy network” shuts them out still further.
In financial institutions, women seem to have to do more to prove themselves than men, and to have to keep on doing it over and over again. They often work harder, for one-third lower wages, and are held to a higher standard than men. Even if they try to make a real difference, this can often be held against them.
In a recent opinion piece published in the New York Times, studied showed that if a male executive expressed their ideas freely, they got a 10% better competence rating in their annual review. By contrast, if a woman did the same, they received a 14% lower rating. If a man and woman both express the same idea, the man gets a higher performance rating, while the woman’s stays the same.
Other Big Businesses
Studies have also shown a “motherhood penalty” and a “fatherhood bonus.” Women with children are seen as less committed to their job than men. If a man is a father, however, he is actually seen as more committed. Factors such as the majority of childcare burden resting on the mother’s shoulders is never taken into account. Fathers are actually sent on more management training courses than single men, who in turn are sent far more often than women.
Please Note: The above content is only a sample preview of one of the articles in this PLR Article Pack so that you can see the quality of the content.
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You can translate it into another language and resell with personal use rights.
You can add the content as a autoresponder email series.
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