Women should not be analyzed of based on gender. There as organizations should take into account or consideration the factors that increase women’s and girls’ vulnerabilities. Those included are their level of education, employment situation, household size, marital relationships, access to political and civic participation, race, skin color, intellectual and physical abilities, age, language skills and fluency, ethnicity, and sexual orientation, and or sexual and reproductive health, (Canas and Sondak,2014). Only 38 % of women who are degreed or have graduated work full-time. 37 % of women have left the work place sometime during the careers, (Canas and Sondak, 2014). Women leave the workplace because of mulitple reasons such as; voluntarily, take care of elderly parents, health, pregnancy, (Canas and Sondak,2014). Most women take an off-ramp to attend to responsibilities at home, rather then having difficulty re-entering the workforce.