Young Women Are Dropping Out of School and Work. Is Caregiving the Culprit? – New York Times

Young Women Are Dropping Out of School and Work. Is Caregiving the Culprit? – New York Times

A year into the pandemic, there are signs that the American economy is stirring back to life, with a falling unemployment rate and a growing number of people back at work. Even mothers — who left their jobs in droves in the last year in large part because of increased caregiving duties — are slowly re-entering the workforce. While much of the economy is beginning to bounce back, young people — particularly young women — are living a different reality. Read more

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