Women left their jobs at a far greater rate than men in 2020. What does this mean for the economy?
Chabeli Carrazana of The 19th News looks back at how women's place in the economy changed this year.
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The CDC says two out of every three caregivers are women, who support not only children but also adults with chronic illnesses.
The ballot measure passed at a time when women are leaving the workforce due to a lack of child care.
It's the latest example of how the pandemic is exacerbating inequality.
Industries that tend to employ women have been hit harder. The effects will reverberate long after the recession ends.
For the first time since 2009, there are more women in the workforce than there are men.
Sam Rapoport is trying to make careers in football more accessible to anybody who loves the sport.