Maisam Alahmed, Saudi Women Making it Work with Social Media, The Solutions Journal, Volume 6, Issue 4, November 2015, Pages 63 ( Abstract: In a faraway kingdom called Saudi Arabia, a young woman of 26 sits in her kitchen waiting for the oven timer to go off. "The order will be delivered at six o’clock," she texts her customer. She then starts preparing the frosting to finish decorating her perfectly baked cupcakes. She has a strict policy of delivering her goods five minutes before the agreed time. Keeping the customer happy has never failed her when it comes to her blooming business. Saudi Arabia's culture is known for being extremely conservative, especially when it comes to the female half of its population. This conservatism is one of the leading reasons why there are more unemployed women than men, although half of the unemployed women are college educated. But, where there's a will, there's a way. Saudi women have turned to social media to solve their unemployment problem. Three years ago, a new phenomenon appeared on the social networking service Instagram. Women of different ages across the Kingdom … Topics: Business; Technology; Women