Women earn 77% of men leaving serious money to be made

Women work for 77% of the pay that men receive. Astonishingly, this is absolutely and completely true.


To Prospective Investors,

We at Fairness Industries LLC consider it a privilege to summarize for you an investment opportunity that we are extremely exited about. We anticipate that you will join us in that excitement and hope you respond by investing with us.

Through our extensive research and analysis we have discovered a not-yet-exploited anomaly in the labor market: women work for 77% of the pay that men receive. Astonishingly, this is absolutely and completely true.

Furthermore, we have identified four different industries still dominated by male workers. These include welding, construction, automotive repair, and electrical engineering.

The opportunity, understanding that labor costs are the most significant expense item for a service business, is to simply organize a women-only labor force in these industries. Capitalizing on the lower cost structure resultant from that 23% discount, we can effectively compete and will quickly dominate those sectors.

Obviously, obtaining the best and brightest employees is paramount, so we have already begun a massive recruiting effort at the country’s top women-only schools. So far, the response has been fantastic.

We anticipate that due to the lack of jobs for college graduates in this certain-to-recover-any-day economic climate, our recruiting efforts will be successful. Furthermore, as these women are used to living and working together, assimilation won’t be difficult.

There have been a few that have pushed back against the idea, as any paradigm-shifting endeavor will always have its naysayers. They have pointed out that the 77% number disappears with adjustments for age, education, hours worked, and child-bearing or child-rearing. But that’s just silly talk.

We are going to make a BOATLOAD. An an absolute mint.

We hope you’ll join us.

For a formal prospectus and offering materials, please Direct Message me on Twitter @MPHaus.

Thank you for your consideration,

Michael P. Hausam, Sr.

Chief Executive Officer
January 20, 2015

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