Female rock singers are in high demand in the U.S. but are often underrepresented in the country music industry.
As of June 2017, women comprised just 5 percent of the country’s country-music bands, according to a survey conducted by the U-Kan Institute.
The U.K. has the highest percentage of female rock singers at 15.3 percent.
In the U, female singers comprised 12.9 percent of country-pop acts in 2017.
These numbers are far lower than many of their male counterparts.
“The numbers of female musicians is lower than the female population in many parts of the world, and it is a very small number of women that make up the majority of the U’s female pop stars,” said Jennifer Hettig, a music business professor at the University of Chicago.
Hettigan says that a female rock singer in the United States would have to earn between $30,000 and $35,000 to make it to the top of the charts.
The average female musician is earning about $35 million.
“A female singer’s career is not just about songwriting, it’s about the rest of the music in the band,” said Hettiga, a former country music manager who has written a book on female artists.
“It’s about her voice, her voice is her legacy.”
Female country singers are often considered the backbone of country music and often the first female performers in the industry.
The genre includes country, pop, country rock, bluegrass, and folk music.
But the number of female country musicians in the world is very small, according a 2015 study by the National Center for Women in Music.
There are approximately 200 female country singers in the music industry, according the National Women’s Political Caucus.
There were 5,818 female country and pop singers in 2016, according data compiled by the American Music Conservancy.
According to the National Association of Songwriters, the female-pop category includes country and country-rock and bluegrass.
The female-rock category includes folk and country.
The most recent figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that in 2017, about 5.6 million women were employed in the workforce.
About 14.7 percent of all American workers are women.
According the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, more than 70 percent of children under 18 in the 20 states where the data was collected in 2015 are female.
About 10 percent of U.N. children under the age of 5 are female, according official data.
Women are also more likely to be in the military, in professional fields, and to graduate from college.
The United States has the third-highest percentage of women in senior leadership positions in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, behind only Canada and Japan.
Female athletes are also a big draw.
The National Women in Sports Confederation estimates that more than 20 percent of female athletes make the team.
More than 40 percent of women athletes make their national team, according American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, the U:s Olympic Committee.
There’s also a gender gap in professional basketball, soccer, and football.
Female basketball players make up less than one percent of professional teams, according statistics from the Women’s Basketball Association of America.
Women make up 13 percent of football players in the National Football League, according ESPN.
Women have a higher percentage of college graduates than men in a variety of fields.
According a 2016 study by University of Michigan sociology professor Amy Rieser, women make up almost half of all undergraduate students at the university, and women account for more than half of the students who enroll in bachelor’s degree programs.
The University of Maryland is one of the few U.s institutions that includes a gender-balanced women’s football team.
The school recently hired a team of women to coach the men’s basketball team.
“Our women’s basketball program has a very unique way of making an effort to be diverse and inclusive, but it’s still a team that is predominantly comprised of men,” said coach Karen Ziemkowski.
In addition to having women on the team, women are also often represented on corporate boards.
The majority of board members at U.C. Davis are women, according figures from U.
Davis, a spokeswoman for the university.
In fact, women comprise more than 50 percent of board of trustees at the U of California, Davis, where there are more than 500 female faculty members and staff members, according UC Davis.
The diversity in U.c.
Davis’ student body is a big reason that women make such an impact in the sciences and technology, said David Warshawski, a sociology professor at UC Davis who has studied female-centric organizations.
“I think it is really important that we have women on all levels of the university,” Warshawawski said.
“We have to start thinking of women as the new women, as leaders and leaders in the