IWPR Study Director Ariane Hegewisch participates in a panel discussion at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
https://youtu.be/Fvwqk97QLKE IWPR Study Director Ariane Hegewisch participates in a panel [...]
A comprehensive study of women's lives in Georgia. Available by [...]
Testimony before the Subcommittee on Human Resources, Committee on Education [...]
The paper suggests that to improve the quality of in-home care jobs, address the industry’s anticipated labor shortage, and ensure that high-quality care is available in the United States, it is necessary to increase the value attributed to care work through critical changes in public policies and practices. These changes would benefit not only the women and men who are care workers or recipients, but also the nation overall. As a sector in which job growth is especially rapid, the care industry is integral to the U.S. economy; as a result, any changes that help to fill the gap in this industry and improve conditions for its workforce will strengthen the nation’s economy as a whole.
This Fact Sheet discusses two aspects of the UI system [...]
BY EMILY BARONE Women have been affected across the board, losing [...]