Make Your Move
Make Your Move: As an Entrepreneur!
If you’re like most women, you want to provide a better life for your family and you want to feel good about what you’re doing every day. The Primerica Opportunity gives you the chance to do both. It doesn’t matter if you know nothing about finance or if you have a degree in the subject. The only thing that matters is that you have the drive to succeed and the desire to help families just like yours to change their future. Primerica offers a chance to be somebody (and to potentially earn a great income in the process). What you do with that opportunity is entirely up to you!
Get a Fresh Start
Primerica offers unique opportunities for women, no matter what stage of life you’re in. From new mothers who left the workforce to raise children, to seasoned professionals tired of Corporate America, Primerica has helped thousands of women go into business for themselves. At any stage in your life, you can start over and be independent. Plus, you can work as little or as much as your schedule allows — it’s up to you.
Tired of financial inequality with men, inflexible work hours and limited career advancement, more women are going into business for themselves. Take a look:
- Small businesses account for more than 99% of employers in the U.S. and female ownership in small business increased more than 20% between 2002 and 2007.
- Female-owned businesses today account for nearly $3 trillion in total economic impact.
- As of the most recent census in 2007, 7.8 million businesses were owned by women – that’s almost 30% of non-farm business.
- 1 in 5 firms with revenue of $1 million plus are owned by a woman.
- Female-owned small businesses are projected to create one‑third of the 15.3 million new jobs expected to be created by 2018
womenonbusiness.com, “Women Small Business Owners are America’s New Job Creators” by Susan Gunelius, January 11, 2012
A Growing Voice
Armed with more information and opportunity, women are taking a greater role in managing their finances.
- 87% of women said they were responsible for managing the household budget and 94% of women said they paid the bills.
Chicago Tribune online, May 6, 2011
- 89% of Canadian women say the final household spending decisions – including major purchases such as homes and cars – rest with them.
Moneyville.ca, “Women capable, not just confident, with finances” by Emily Mathieu, December 3, 2010