Women Fly to Record High and then Crash to 33-Year Low

Women in the U.S. hit a milestone in February 2020 when, for the first time in history, they held the majority of non-farm payroll jobs, outnumbering men in the workforce, Axios reports. One year later, women’s labor force participation is at a 33-year low. According to experts, helping mothers get back to work is vital to the health of the U.S. economy. There will be long tail effects that hurt working women and mothers long after the pandemic is over. Read more.