How Coronavirus Could Widen The Gender Wage Gap


Mamie Brown is getting up earlier than ever these days.? "A typical day for me starts about 4:30 to 5:00. I actually naturally wake up. I think part of that's my anxiety right now," she said. "And then when I do, very first thing in the morning is catch up on to-dos around the house and paperwork." She's a self-employed lawyer in Fairbanks, Alaska, specializing in helping small businesses with things like contracts and HR issues. But now she and her husband are juggling work and their kids, ages 8 and 4. When schools closed in the spring, the children's classes moved online. That forced Brown to rejigger her workday so she could help her children with schoolwork.? "?I always thought, oh yeah, OK, if I can't work at 8:00 and 10:00 and noon, I'll just...

How Coronavirus Could Widen The Gender Wage Gap

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