International experts are tallying the economic costs of “A Day Without a Woman”, but global economists fear that if every working woman in America walked out for one day, the U.S. gross domestic product would take a $21-billion hit.
The figure doesn’t even count the labor of love from mom and grandmothers' unpaid job contributions, which aren’t factored into the GDP but would make the sum painfully higher.
Women’s annual share of our nation’s GDP amounts to $7.6 trillion. That’s greater than the $5.2-trillion GDP of Japan, which has the world’s third-largest economy.
Economic experts also dissected women’s daily paid labor contributions by state. They point out that California and Texas alone would face losses of nearly $2.8 billion and $1.8 billion respectively if working women in those states sat out for an entire day.
Therefore CITY IMAGES is proud to say that they made their point and a day without a woman, is never ever going to be a good way. Another day without a woman will be unsustainable!