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2Bureau of Labor Statistics, "Table 3: Employment Status of the Civilian Noninstitutional Population by Age, Sex, and Race," Current Population Survey (2016).
3"Women and Investing," August 2014, Investment News.
4U.S. Department of Education, Gender Equity in Education – A Data Snapshot, June 2012.
5American Express – The 2016 Sixth Annual State of Women-Owned Businesses Report (http://www.womenable.com/content/userfiles/2016_State_of_Women-Owned_Businesses_Executive_Report.pdf)
6BMO Wealth Institute, Financial Concerns of Women, US Edition, March 2015.
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