This is the blog of the Pioneer Woman, a pioneer woman who writes about economic issues.
Her posts often discuss the economic struggles of women, who make up roughly 70% of the U.S. population.
The blog was launched in 2011, and has gained significant traction since then.
Here are some of the most popular posts from her latest post, “Why the economic crisis is a woman’s problem”: In the midst of the recession, women are struggling with economic insecurity and lack of access to decent jobs.
This blog is intended to provide a voice for women across the nation who are struggling for the same things that men have.
In many ways, it is the most personal post I’ve written on the subject.
A recent study showed that a majority of women working in the health care sector have experienced workplace discrimination or sexual harassment.
My goal with this blog is to help people understand how they can protect themselves from the negative effects of economic and social disruption.
In her most recent post, she discusses the “financial and social fallout” of the Great Recession.
I’m going to tell you what happened in 2008, which has been going on for a few years now, and what it is doing to our lives, as women, that has created a lot of problems for us and our families.
The financial impact of the financial crisis has been enormous.
In the first seven years of the crisis, women lost almost $500 billion dollars.
The largest losses were made by women in the construction, finance, real estate, and health care sectors.
The second largest loss was made by men.
These losses were directly correlated with the decline in employment in the financial sector.
In addition, women’s earnings were reduced by $5,000, $3,000 and $2,000 in the first three years of recession, respectively.
Today, in 2017, we are facing another recession, this time one that will hit the most vulnerable women hardest.
We are in the midst, however, of a massive economic downturn.
It has hit our most vulnerable populations hardest, the women and families in our communities who are the most economically vulnerable.
It has impacted the jobs that we depend on, the wages that we earn, and the health of our families, which is one of the reasons why we are trying to get out of the economic recession that has been created.
I am not here to blame the men for what is happening to us.
We have to help ourselves.
In her latest update, she talks about the economic hardship faced by many women.
Women are less likely to be in full-time jobs than men, and are even less likely than men to be employed at all.
Over 60% of women and over 90% of men have been out of work for at least six months in 2017.
Women are more likely to have low wages than men.
A woman earns about $2.40 less per hour than a man.
This gap in earnings between the genders is one reason why it is so hard for women to take on the kinds of debt and financial challenges that men typically do.
Even when women have the resources to do so, they still face significant obstacles to getting ahead financially.
Women have lower levels of education, lower incomes, lower employment, and lower rates of job security than men (62% of all women have a bachelor’s degree or less).
This economic disadvantage makes it even harder for women to find stable, long-term work.
Many women are not able to secure a job at all because they lack the financial resources to make it worthwhile.
To get ahead, women need to be self-sufficient.
We need to find jobs that will provide us with a stable income and enough money to cover our living expenses.
When the economy is struggling, it becomes harder and harder for the majority of us to earn enough to survive.
But that doesn’t mean we can’t be proud of what we do.
The economy is in a bad place.
But it isn’t over yet.
There are still ways to get ahead.
For more from Sarah, check out her blog, The Woman Who Is In Charge.