In other words, it takes eight extra months for working mothers to finally catch up to what fathers made in 2022.
The women learn child care skills and are paid prison wages to take care of their babies.
Catherine Fink of Colorado said this was the year she felt "most frazzled, just in terms of having to be basically at three full-time jobs."
We spoke to economics professor Caitlin Knowles Myers about the causal effects of abortion.
Journalist Eliza Boyd says the “needle is moving” when it comes to pregnancy and venture capital.
In her new book, Alissa Quart examines the lives of middle-class families struggling to get by.