Mothers in the Pandemic: What Workplace Changes Will Help Them Rejoin the Labor Force?
Mothers from low-to-moderate income families of color dropped out of the workforce more than others during the pandemic. As the economy recovers, what changes will be most effective to help these mothers return to work? Our animated Economic Letter explores this question.
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