Child Care or a Job: Professional Women Face a Tough Choice in the Pandemic

In “Child Care or a Job: Professional Women Face a Tough Choice in the Pandemic” by Kathryn Reed (Link), Reed says, “It’s being called the “she-session,” the “mom penalty” and the “mom-demic.”’

Reed says, “According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the number of women in the workplace has dropped by 1.8 million since the start of the pandemic, with the number of women working hitting its lowest level since 1988.”

“The reasons include a lack of child care, including changes in policies at those facilities, and increased fees,” said Reed.

For the full article, follow the link below.

https://www.northbaybusinessjournal.com/article/article/child-care-or-a-job-professional-women-face-a-tough-choice-in-the-pandemic/?trk_msg=0M75HP3TPCR474O312R5MC6E3C&trk_contact=QU0HFLSLRS4B321O7DHC8BRSRS&trk_module=new&trk_sid=BT2MN0UMK99BOMG33CCE278GRO&trk_link=74GEJNEDTIPKB04ODUF0I3JQ0S&utm_email=F4C3C49D05C565A25532D4913D&utm_source=listrak&utm_medium=email&utm_term=https%3a%2f%2fwww.northbaybusinessjournal.com%2farticle%2farticle%2fchild-care-or-a-job-professional-women-face-a-tough-choice-in-the-pandemic%2f&utm_campaign=nbbj_daily

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