Statistics show that by the time most women gain enough experience, sufficiently develop their expertise or their networks, they tend to reach a family-planning milestone in their personal lives.
This, combined with the fact that women still carry most of the child-rearing responsibilities in traditional family settings around the globe, correlates with the low number of female founders in the business world.
- What other factors might be holding women back from starting their own companies
- Her next-level Crunchbase articles and advice on approaching parental leave for all founders
- The ups and downs of her unique journey as a female founder
- The solution-oriented approach she’s taking with Women Entrepreneurs Cornell
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