“Looking at it now that we have evidence of how easily it's been spreading at schools, I can admit to myself that I would have been sick to my stomach every day sending him to a building full of other people.”
By the time her son was born in 2017, “$1,000 a month only got my son half day care” at a good childcare provider, one mom said.
Fewer than half of women are satisfied with thow they're treated in the U.S. The outsized impact of COVID-19 on women’s employment is sure to exacerbate that.
The deadline for this year’s 2020 Census was pushed back due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so Americans now have until Oct. 31 to make themselves count.
Childcare centers are quickly reopening locations they shuttered during the pandemic to accommodate families who are heading back to work.
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Working mom María Jesús Cervantes said she knows today will be a Mother's Day like no other, but she wouldn't have it any other way.