Many working parents were already struggling. Then the pandemic hit.
The ballot measure passed at a time when women are leaving the workforce due to a lack of child care.
A new report quantifies the cost of women pulling back from work to care for kids during the pandemic.
They're bringing self-care to work and pushing for more flexibility to have a life.
Working moms want to work more -- at least in part because they need to in this economy. At the same time, the number of Americans who think moms shouldn’t work full-time (or at all) is still surprisingly high. The Pew Research Center just released its report on modern parenthood.