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April 16, 2012

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Women today are the pillars of economy. Whatever country you go to, women rule the businesses and have more edge in what they do. This is not a sexist thing but a fact that the world's economy and finances are being dominated by women and they are doing a great job! Women just so happen to bloom mush faster than men these days.

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Absolutely true, women wants work and life balance. Women that are married and has children mostly likely want to be freelancers because they want to look for their children and see how they grow which you can't do when you work at the office.

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