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I'm confused. The content of this article is exactly what I thought when I read "Entrepreneurship Has a Gender Problem". Is there some more obvious gender problem I've overlooked?
I think what they meant by the "obvious problem" was not having enough woman entrepreneurs (same conclusion most people jump to for most careers), while they show there are actually tons and they aren't getting enough financing.
It confused me too, as that's what I expected the gender problem to be. That being said, I felt like it'd be a bit dishonest to post the article without the full title.