Single Working Women’s Day
It is hard to overstate the importance of single women in our economic and social growth. Millions of single women work in different industries around the globe every year, earning their living and doing the work themselves. Single Working Women’s Day reminds everyone how important they are and that men don’t make the world spin. Barbara Payne created Single Working Women’s Day with the intention of recognising the importance of these women, and raising public awareness about this fact. As single women are no longer considered a stigma in many places, they are often encouraged and respected as they navigate their lives on their own. However, they still face the stigma of being single. Contrary to popular belief, single people are more social than those who live in relationships and have more time to pursue their interests. If children are involved, it can cause more difficulties in socialization. It can also make it difficult for individuals to pursue their dreams. You can start by reaching out to single women and thanking them for all they do. You’re one of them. Give yourself a well-deserved day of leisure. Single Working Women’s Day gives you the chance to acknowledge and be acknowledged for all that you do. In a world where men still make 80% for the same job, this is your chance to do so.