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Women In The Workforce

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    I Really Can’t ComplainBut if I could …
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    A Common Theme for Black WomenUnemployment has been our disproportionate reality since long before the pandemic.
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    Making It WorkFour women who work at Winnie, an online marketplace for child care, walk us through how they’re balancing their own work and child-care needs.
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    ‘We Still Need Accommodations’In the pandemic economy, disabled women face a number of obstacles.
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    Who Are We Without Our Jobs?A job doesn’t need to be a passion to give you a sense of purpose. What happens when it’s gone?
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    ‘I’m Bored Out of My Mind’The Cut talked to a flight attendant for private jets about being grounded by the pandemic.
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    ‘They Told Me If I Don’t Come in, They Won’t Pay Me’Domestic workers on scraping by during the pandemic.
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    ‘I Knew She Was Quitting’Former co-workers discuss how the pandemic turned their work environment toxic.
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    How My Queer Marriage Got Less StraightThe pandemic forced my wife and I to take a long, hard look at each other’s work.
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    Hey, Hun!In women’s joblessness, multi-level marketers saw opportunity.
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    How 3 Entertainment-Industry Superstars Get It Done (During a Pandemic)Robin Wright, Zoe Lister-Jones, and Jacqueline Lyanga talk all things film and work from home at Sundance.
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    ‘How the Hell Am I Supposed to Do This?’The Cut spoke to a single mother about having a newborn, losing her job, and becoming closer to her 10-year-old throughout a challenging year.
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    ‘She’s More Patient With the Kids’A married man and woman explain how they decided she’d be the one to quit her job to take care of their two children.
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    How Am I?I mean, I’m working from home while taking care of two little kids. And there’s a demon in my kitchen.
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    The Mothers Who Already LeftMy daughter’s diagnosis pushed me out of the workforce years before the pandemic.
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    The Breaking PointThirteen women on being driven from the workforce.
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    The End of the End of MenWomen’s advancement was always tenuous.
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    The Numbers Don’t Tell the Whole StoryUnemployment statistics can’t capture the full extent of what women have lost.