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1 in 4 women are considering stepping back from their career because of COVID-19

Chief executive of California-based social and educational group for parents Club MomMe Rachel Pitzel works at her home in Playa Vista, California, June 10, 2015. Picture taken June 10, 2015.      To match Insight DISNEY-MOMS/        REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni - GF10000123604

COVID-19 has left a strain on women trying to balance their home and work lives. Image: REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

Sarah Todd
Senior Reporter, Quartz
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