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NYT She-cession

May 9, 2020 by Alisha Haridasani Gupta

Why Some Women Call This Recession a ‘Shecession’

A majority of the jobs lost in April were held by women, a sharp reversal of gains in the labor market.

The Lily Op-Ed

May 9, 2020 by C. Nicole Mason

The system was never designed for working moms

We understand the system is broken and that it’s not our fault. It was never made for us. It was made for working men.

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Unemployment rate for Black women fell in June, but so did their participation in the labor force

CNBC By Samantha Subin By comparison, the unemployment rate among white women hovered at 2.9% as labor force participation rate held steady at 57.1%. Hispanic women saw unemployment tick down to 4.5% as labor force participation [...]

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Jobs Aplenty, but a Shortage of Care Keeps Many Women From Benefiting

The New York Times By  Lydia DePillis, Jeanna Smialek and Ben Casselman Those forced to cut back on work could face lasting disadvantages. They are missing out on an unusual moment of worker power, in which many employees [...]

July 11, 2022|Tags: , |

The economic impact for women in states where abortion rights will be restricted or banned is going to be severe

Business Insider By Juliana Kaplan and Madison Hoff There are 13 states with so-called "trigger laws" that will quickly ban — or at least severely restrict — abortions. States with abortion bans or restrictions, as well as [...]

July 1, 2022|

The end of Roe will cause ‘chaos,’ financial disaster for many women, experts say

FORTUNE By Alicia Adamczyk Beyond the impact overturning Roe will have on individual women’s finances, abortion restrictions will cost the U.S. economy, to the tune of about $105 billion annually, a 2021 report from the Institute for Women's Policy [...]

July 1, 2022|

3 ways the Supreme Court’s decision on abortion could hurt women in the workplace

CNBC By Morgan Smith Meanwhile, if existing abortion restrictions disappeared, the Institute for Women’s Policy Research estimates that women across the U.S. would make about $1,600 more each year, on average. It’s too soon to tell what [...]

July 1, 2022|
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