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Half of New US Entrepreneurs Are Women, Leading a Creation Boom

Women and minorities have been fueling the boom in business creation of the past two years in the US.

A survey found that almost half of 2021’s new entrepreneurs were women, a significant uptick from 28% in 2019. And the share of new Black business owners tripled to 9%, according to Gusto, a payroll and human-resource management business.