Sunday, January 24, 2021
From The Hill:
Women lost 156,000 jobs in the month of December while men gained 16,000 jobs, underscoring how the pandemic-fueled rise in unemployment is disproportionately hitting women.
An analysis from the National Women's Law Center shows that women essentially accounted for the 140,000 lost jobs the economy recorded in December. It's the first time the economy has shed jobs since the height of the pandemic.
Women have also lost the majority of the net 9.8 million jobs lost since February, just before the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
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