More From NBC News Women led restaurants in the United States have been on the rise for more than a decade.
But how to get there?
NBC News has compiled this guide to finding the right women led restaurant for you.
This guide includes a breakdown of how women led food has changed in the last decade.
Here’s what you need for each: Where did the trend begin?
Since 2007, restaurants have been required to have a minimum of 50 percent female ownership.
In most states, restaurants with fewer than 50 percent women are considered not suitable for business.
This requirement is often seen as a way to make women more accountable and help improve their performance.
How many women do you think are in restaurants?
This varies from state to state, but in general, it’s closer to 15 percent.
For restaurants that don’t meet this minimum, women are still in the majority of the workforce.
The number of women serving in restaurants varies depending on the type of business.
Many restaurants are run by men, but some are run and managed by women.
Where do women in restaurants get their ideas?
Women have a lot of influence in restaurant design, and it can be an uphill battle to get a women led concept approved by a restaurant’s management.
In addition, some restaurants do not have women who are passionate about serving food.
What kind of food do women eat?
A lot of women in the restaurant industry are women of color, and they eat a lot different kinds of food than men.
Many of these restaurants are owned by women of Asian descent, who tend to serve more ethnic dishes.
The vast majority of women are also women of all ethnicities.
What about the men in your family?
If you have a male brother or sister, that’s another matter.
While there is a lot more diversity in the male-dominated restaurant industry than there is in the female-dominated industry, many of the men at restaurants are not women.
Men can be supportive of women who want to work in the industry, but they often have little to no power over the decisions that they make.
Is there a stereotype about women in restaurant work?
There are a lot fewer women working in the restaurants that serve people than there are men.
For example, most restaurants are privately owned, which means that their owners have the ultimate power in how they run their businesses.
While women may not be given the same opportunities as men in the same roles, they still do a lot.
Is it okay to work with men?
Yes, some men may not have the same type of power as women in a restaurant, but it’s okay to ask for help if you want to help.
The same goes for women who might be in leadership roles in your kitchen.
It’s okay if you don’t know the person or person may be making decisions that are harmful to you.
What are the health risks of working in a women-led restaurant?
The health risks that come with working in restaurants are a little more complicated.
In general, women in most industries have a lower risk of contracting cancer than men, and the health benefits are pretty minimal.
The main health risks are heart disease, stroke and some types of cancer.
What’s the biggest misconception about working in women-owned restaurants?
There’s a lot that’s not true.
There are definitely people in the dining room that don: dress in women’s clothing, have tattoos, have piercings, or are transgender.
However, there are many more who are really excited about working at women-run restaurants.
How to find the right restaurant for your family, work and home environment?
If your family is on a tight budget, there’s a restaurant for everyone.
Some family-friendly restaurants will take reservations and charge less for women-only restaurants.
Other restaurants will be family-friendliest.
For more information, see the Women-led Restaurants section.
Is your family planning?
In some states, women can be required to undergo testing for cervical cancer, but not in every state.
For those in the U.S. who live in states where women are not required to get tested, it can sometimes be easier to just find the restaurant closest to you and go.
Some states require women to have regular Pap smears.
Other states do not require any testing for HPV.
Where to get more information about women-driven businesses and restaurants: Women in Restaurants: A Guide to the World’s First Female-Owned Restaurants in the US: http://www.women-led.org/ What Women in Restaurant Work Means to You: http:/www.health.harvard.edu/~mikkels/women-driven-restaurants/What-Women-in-Restaurants-mean-to-you/