Share

COVID-19 and the Female Employment Crisis

By ·March 5, 2021

 

In September 2020, over 1.1 million people left the US work force. Eighty percent of them were women. As COVID-19 plunges the US economy into its first female recession, in this episode of EconoFact Explains, we look at a few reasons the crisis has disproportionately affected women, and whether it is likely to leave lasting scars on female labor force participation.

Related:

Memos:

Podcasts:

Topics:

Coronavirus / EF Explains / Unemployment
Written by The EconoFact Network. To contact with any questions or comments, please email [email protected].

Share

The Impact of the Covid-19 Crisis on Women’s Employment

By ·February 17, 2021

In September 2020, over 1.1 million people left the US work force. Eighty percent of them were women. As COVID-19 plunges the US economy into its first female recession, in this episode of EconoFact Explains, we look at a few reasons the crisis has disproportionately affected women, and whether it is likely to leave lasting scars on female labor force participation.

Topics:

EconoFact Explains / Unemployment
Written by The EconoFact Network. To contact with any questions or comments, please email [email protected].