Gender Inequality

'Shecession': What COVID-19 has meant for women and work

Last year, women spent 7.7 more hours a week on unpaid childcare than men. Image: REUTERS/Eva Plevier

Anuradha Nagaraj

Correspondent, Reuters

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Jobs in female-dominated sectors were more likely to be lost during the pandemic. Image: PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Women in Work Index.

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