How does a college degree really fit into a woman’s life?

Shujabad, India – For all the advances in technology, it’s still hard to understand how a woman with a degree from a university can make a difference in her life.

In fact, Shujawar, in the Indian state of Gujarat, is one of the most educated cities in the country.

Women here earn a higher percentage of their incomes from education than men do, and they are much more likely to start businesses, open businesses, and start their own businesses.

But there’s another area where women are still underrepresented: in the government degree program for women.

While women in the world’s richest countries earn more money than men in the US, the disparity between their incomes is even more stark.

In the United States, women make $57,865 per year on average, while men make $61,928 per year.

In India, where the government degrees program for female candidates is the biggest in the nation, women earn about 40 percent of what men make.

And they’re also less likely to go into government.

Shujagar is an Indian city of around 60,000 people located about 35 miles east of the capital, Ahmedabad.

Here, the average salary for a woman is about $40,000, and the average wage for a man is $61-$63,000.

The government degree programs for women in India are one of only two in the whole of the world, according to a 2014 report by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development.

But according to one study, there are only about 1,600 female university professors in India, while the number of female university faculty in the United Kingdom is more than 4,000 and in France is around 1,500.

Women make up a small minority of the country’s population, but they make up the majority of the workforce in some industries, like mining, which is one sector that is still heavily dominated by men.

So what’s the big problem?

According to Shujada, one of those industries is the textile industry.

She says that for many years, she was trying to get into a textile company, but that there were no opportunities in the industry.

So, she started her own, she said.

But she’s now a textile owner.

She said she didn’t feel that she had any chance in the textile business, because of the discrimination she faced from men.

“When I started out, there were a lot of boys that were making a lot, and girls that were working as housewives,” Shujara said.

“So, I was like, I’m not going to do it.

I want to get a degree.

And then, one day I came across a young woman.

She had a degree in a different industry, she told me, and she was going to open a shop in a textile shop.

And so, I went there.

And she told us, I need you to take my degree, she says.

I said, I will.

And that’s when I decided to go and take the job.

The woman told me that she was working in a factory and she needed some money.

So I said I will help her.

And now I’m the owner of her shop.

But I can’t go out and open shops.

And I said my husband has to come with me every time, she recalled. “

I have two daughters,” Shjada said.

And I said my husband has to come with me every time, she recalled.

So we took the job, and we’re now in business.

Shajada said she decided to get the education in the city because it’s more affordable than a lot [of] other places in the state.

And while she’s not the first woman to get this job, she’s one of several who has done it.

In Shujababad, Shajia was the first female to earn a degree, but she was only a child when she started out.

“My parents told me to learn the basics, to learn all the things like how to knit and how to sew, because that’s the thing that makes a man,” Shajie said.

Shama’s mother told her that the government school would be for the boys.

And when Shama came home, her father was a teacher.

“But then my mother started telling me about the girls who were going to be taking the exams, and I was just like, what’s happening to me?”

Shama said.

At Shujaraj, the number one reason why Shujari is a success is that she’s been able to find a job that pays more than her education would have.

“Even my father didn’t get any education, because the women were working in the factory,” Shama recalled.

Shamas’ father is now retired and lives in a nursing home, so she can’t work as much.

But Shama, who is now 30, said that when she went to college, she had a lot more motivation to go