Women Left Their Jobs To Be Caregivers. A Business Coalition Wants Companies To Help


The coronavirus pandemic has been especially tough on women, who are still bearing the brunt of the demands of child care and housework. About 400,000 more women than men have left the workforce since the start of the pandemic. The percentage of women in the paid labor force has not recovered from the steep drop in the spring of 2020.

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14 Views  ¬†ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.¬†(KRQE) ‚Äď It‚Äôs common¬†these¬†days¬†to¬†hear¬†stories¬†about¬†fentanyl¬†seizures,¬†arrests¬†and busts¬†in New Mexico. In fact, the¬†largest fentanyl bust in the FBI‚Äôs bureau history was just made¬†in Albuquerque earlier

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