Thanks so much to for this opportunity. To all my fellow working moms and caretakers out there - I see you and hope saying this out loud helps you to feel heard and helps others to see the challenges we are facing
Data shows women have disproportionately had to sideline their jobs during the pandemic. For highly educated, high-income women, that could mean losing promotions, future earning power and roles as future leaders.
“For highly educated, high-income women, the ‘mom penalty’ can be severe. Stepping down the career ladder puts promotions, future earning power and also their roles as leaders at risk.”
This is not a decision women are making in a vacuum. I wish stories like this interviewed the partners.
Hey this is a lot to process, and I know I have more to say and commiserate and advocate, but for today: Thank you for being a face for this issue. Even The Most Successful Women Pay A Big Price In Pandemic
Even The Most Successful Women Pay A Big Price In Pandemic Essential that these lessons not be forgotten in promotion decisions of years to come
Even The Most Successful Women Pay A Big Price In Pandemic
Grateful to & Jessica Mintz for opening up about work and family in the #pandemic
features in this news report on how even very successful women pay a big price in a pandemic.
“For highly educated, high-powered women, the "mom penalty" can be severe. Stepping down the career ladder puts promotions, future earning power and also their roles as leaders at risk.”
What is "mom penalty" and "dad premium"? How do they exacerbate the existing gender pay gaps, time poverty and labour force participation even for the highly educated and high-income women, especially during the pandemic? Read here
This article highlights the gender wage gap as a factor during the pandemic. In research on gender and COVID with co-author , we are seeing how this plays out, with families prioritizing the higher earning job.
"If it wasn't seven days a week, it was on your mind seven days a week" "There's always something going on, and somebody needs something or something's not working" Working #mothers in times of #COVID19. My own experience? It is just exhausting.
While working fathers have not been spared in the pandemic, data indicates that it's largely mothers who are dealing with children who are not in school full time this fall. Even The Most Successful Women Pay A Big Price In Pandemic
The #COVID19 pandemic is a fucking disaster for women around the world: In September, 865,000 women dropped out of the US workforce — four times the number of men who did.
The severe "motherhood penalty" in the wake of #COVID19 In Sept, 865,000 women dropped out of the workforce—4x the number of men who did. In academia, stepping down the career ladder puts promotions, future earning power, and roles as leaders at risk.
Even The Most Successful Women Pay A Big Price In Pandemic
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