About 400,000 more women than men have left the workforce since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. They shoulder the bulk of caregiving duties, which are especially difficult if employers are not supportive.
As the country moves forward with vaccination efforts, President Biden is calling on every employer in America to offer full pay to their employees for time off needed to get vaccinated and for recovery time after vaccination.
Women make up more than half of the U.S. population, and control or influence 85% of consumer spending. The purchasing power of women in the U.S. ranges from $5 trillion to $15 trillion annually.
The tumultuous year of 2020 may be over, but the coronavirus pandemic and the significant financial insecurity facing many women and their families are not.
From job losses to significant drops in revenue, a new report showed women-owned businesses were bearing the brunt of the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The pandemic has been tough on working women—even those with high incomes. One study found that 61% of affluent U.S. women believe the Covid-19 outbreak is hurting their careers.
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