The modern woman is amazing. Up before the sun rises with a list of expectations awaiting her. Tasks for work, family, and friends…and goals she sets for herself. After all, there’s a lot to accomplish in a 24-hour period.
For three Bakersfield women who ventured into entrepreneurship due to an unforeseen need, those “desperate measures” have blossomed into successful businesses that are still growing.
Let’s face it: women don’t just think …they over-think! They’re constantly musing on what’s next on their agenda, wondering what the heck he’s thinking, and asking how they can better themselves and the community. So we picked some fun questions to ask them for those of you who wonder…What do Women Think?
Thanks to strong, confident women and excellent programs, young women are gaining the all-important skills for success.
Producers, assignment editors, production assistants, and writers. They do whatever needs to be done at that moment, and sometimes with only minutes to spare.
Being a woman in the media business can be tricky. It isn’t all glitz and glamour. It’s hard work. It takes a lot of balance; it takes long hours. Behind the scenes, behind the talented anchors and reporters of our local news stations, scores of ladies work to ensure that everything goes off without a hitch. And that’s exactly where these women want to be.
Many employers try to keep an open mind when it comes to office atmosphere, but common sense still prevails.
Tattoos that run the entire length of an arm; facial piercings that range from tongue studs to eyebrow rings; iPod earbuds dangling down their camisoles. With their laid-back styles and techno-savvy, women of Generation Y (those born somewhere from the mid-1970s to the early 2000s, also known as the “Millennial generation”) have introduced a more casual culture to the workplace; one that is raising eyebrows.