Portland, OR -- (ReleaseWire) -- 03/21/2014 -- The haunting statistic for most women in business is the fact that for the same job, they're going to make - on average - less money than a man who is doing the same work. As such, many women are getting sick and tired of the corporate world and instead deciding to go out on their own to start their own ventures. Small businesses owned and operated by women are nothing new, but they're certainly on the rise. Why are women becoming more involved in operating their own businesses, rather than working for someone else?
- Starting their own business is a ticket right to the top, no more being passed over for promotions or knowing that your male co-workers are being compensated better for the same work.
- No more stress about having to take a day off to stay home with a sick child or to deal with any other mommy-emergencies that might arise. Women recognize the value of this freedom is well-worth the work it takes to start a business.
- There have never been better resources in terms of training materials, help and support for women's entrepreneurship.
About Skincare Tycoon
A fine example of an opportunity for women who are interested in starting their own business is called Skincare Tycoon. This is an online-course that teaches women the ins and outs of entrepreneurship, selling online, and even making their products from scratch. It includes everything from how to choose a nice logo and packaging, how to negotiate with suppliers to find the best inputs, basically everything you could ever want to know about starting a skincare brand from absolute scratch even if you have no experience in business or making skincare products.
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There are other all-in-one courses for women in a variety of fields, and online education means you don't have to give up your day job or sacrifice looking after your kids in the meantime. You can learn to make and sell skincare products from the comfort of home, at your own pace, with a support system that will ensure that you're getting the most out of the course.
For more information about making your own skincare products at home visit HowToMakeSkincare.com, the website created by the skincare-obsessed Amanda Pea.