Gender Inequality

One key to getting women back to work post-pandemic: Childcare

Childcare shortages are disproportionately effecting working moms. Image: REUTERS/Brian C. Frank

Jonnelle Marte

Reporter, Reuters News Agency

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Parents' experiences of the pandemic are marked by more anxiety and lower productivity - especially women.
A lack of childcare is putting pressure on working mothers. Image: Global Gender Gap Report 2021
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