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Businesses owned, operated by women are thriving in Kimball


Sydney Yalshevec

Dawn Moeser and Judie Martin of Hometown Floral believe that in order to be successful at a person does, they must also love what they do.

There are many differences between Kimball and other places. One of them is the way Kimball treats those looking to start a business. Where most places make it a hassle for a woman to start a business, Kimball is a place where a person's work ethic is valued more than their gender.

According to the United States Department of Labor 57.2 percent of women of working age accounted for the labor force in 2013, which is compared to 69.7 percent of men of working age. It is estimated that there are over 8.6 million women-owned businesses in the United States. These businesses employ nearly 7.8 m...

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