Future of Work

COVID-19 has changed the way US mothers think of work

COVID-19 has created a shift in working preferences for parents. Image: UNSPLASH/dylan nolte

Rachel Minkin

Research associate focusing on social and demographic trends research, Pew Research Center

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Many mothers changed their priorities during the pandemic. Image: Pew Research Center
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