How child care crunch could set off a recession for women?   

Rachael Davis
@Rachael.Davis · Posted 07 Oct. 2021

Peter Clark
@Peter.Clark · Updated 07 Oct. 2021

According to the news report, women who are not highly educated and are under pressure from home that need to work otherwise their children will not get the proper education. They struggle through half a year and then they are paid a stipulated amount. In this pandemic, child care work is done too. Mid-day meals which were given to children have also stopped now which gave tension to mothers. Now after the situation from the pandemic is becoming better day by day so schools are gradually reopening and the students are facing their original classrooms which were done previously in virtual mode

Kelly Jackson
@Kelly.Jackson · Updated 07 Oct. 2021

Parents belonging to the lower mid-level are finding problems due to the enrolment of their children's names in the school. Due to the pandemic, the age group from 25 to 50 years many of the head family members quitted their jobs. Although the same category of jobs is being resumed by the people of higher degree. The Americans of those types who do not have a college degree are getting less preference after school career jobs. Women and the recession are two sides of the same coin. 

Frank Lucas
@Frank.Lucas · Updated 07 Oct. 2021

There is the latest recession news that the women of the below age group of 25 are not much educated. They are struggling through the years in this pandemic. The people who do not have college degrees mainly involved themselves in hospital sectors, education sectors, and others. Child-care centers have also gone down due to the pandemic. After the situation gets normalize then they will operate their work in the capacity of full volume. 

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