what do private sectors do..?
what do private sectors do to help career women or dual-career women???
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
when economists speak about the economy they divide it into the Public Sector and the Private Sector.
The private sector of the economy is the part of the economy that is not related to government. This means that they do not spend the taxes you pay and they do not have the authority vested in the government by "the people".
the private (non-government) sector consists of all economic entities that are unrelated to government (for example, any business such as your local hardware store or UPS delivery service)
the private sector is where the wealth of an economy or country is created. Generally speaking, countries with freer and relatively bigger private sectors (eg, the USA) do better than countries with less-free and proportionately smaller private sectors (eg autocracies and socialist/communist states.)
the government and government-related entities are called the "public sector" because the government represents you, the taxpayer, the public.
you might say that private-sector companies "help" career-people" (women or otherwise) implicitly by employing them and allowing them an opportunity to begin or advance their career within their company. For example, Safeway (supermarket) may hire a career-person who would have the opportunity to get promoted within the company (safeway) or the industry (supermarket)
a career-person need not go to a private-sector company to be part of the private sector. she may join the public sector economy simply by, for example, starting her own "one-person" business. She could, for example, charge customers for doing their bookkeeping.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
In economics, the private sector is that part of the economy which is both run for private profit and is not controlled by the state. By contrast, enterprises that are part of the state are part of the public sector; private, non-profit organizations are regarded as part of the voluntary sector.
With that said, private sectors help women or just about anyone with their career, for those wanting to own their own business and make as much profit that satisfies according to them. The private sector gives this opportunity, thus helping women with their careers who feel discontent with their standardized pay or are constrained by the gender biases in the workplace, and feel they would like to pursue their own fulfilling career as an entrepreneur where they can do what they like, and earn as much as they like. That's what private sectors can do to help.