We’re in a SNAP boom
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Plus, the cybersecurity risks of online college and the disproportionate household duties that are pulling women out of the workforce.
Segments From this episode
Women three times more likely than men to not work during pandemic because of child care
COVID-19 has driven women's unemployment rate higher than men's and could worsen the gender pay gap in the long term.
The pandemic economy is changing the way Americans buy groceries
Now that expanded relief benefits are gone, more people will likely rely on SNAP benefits.
Remote college creates fertile ground for internet mischief
Most email hackers going after students want to make a quick buck. But those targeting faculty may be foreign governments.
Insurers' offers to cover COVID-19 treatment are expiring
The offers made business sense at the height of the pandemic. Things are more complicated now.
The "Detroitist" on her dad's record shop and what it really meant
Marsha Music talks about her hometown and how urban renewal efforts uprooted the family business.
Music from the episode
Wild 100s Smoke DZA, Pete Rock
To be Remote TOKiMONSTA
Simmer (feat. Burna Boy) Mahalia, Burna Boy
Call It Home The Foreign Exchange
Super Bass Nicki Minaj
Nancy Farghalli Executive Producer
Daisy Palacios Senior Producer
Maria Hollenhorst Producer
Sean McHenry Associate Producer