The CEO of Ellevest and former Wall Street executive says the pandemic has widened the gender wealth gap.
Nearly 3 million women have left the workforce since the pandemic hit.
The new Care Economy Business Council is pushing for government policies around paid child care and family leave.
Some women may have trouble finding work, especially if they can't return to the industry that employed them before the pandemic.
The Brookings Institution says those mothers, especially Black and Latinx women, are still struggling to regain jobs.
Employment for women may not recover to pre-pandemic levels until 2024 — two years after a recovery for men.
The American Rescue Plan includes a monthly child tax credit, but it's not enough to pay for full-time child care in most states.
An Indeed survey found that mid-career women, especially, are overwhelmed with family responsibilities.
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