What’s ahead for working women?

Pandemic forever changed workplace cultures for women — both positively and negatively

Members of the Des Moines chapter of FemCity, a networking and social group for working women, are shown at a recent meeting. CREDIT: ERIN HUIATT, FEMCITY

The details vary slightly, but the numbers don’t lie. Politico reported that as of late July, 1.8 million women had left the workforce nationwide since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. From a Fortune article in January: “Women accounted for all of U.S. job losses in December (2020), dramatically underscoring the pandemic’s unrelentingly disastrous impact […]

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