Women Statistically Experience More Loss During The Pandemic
Clip: 05/12/2021 | 15m 56s | Video has closed captioning.
The pandemic is exacerbating society’s inequalities. Globally, women account for more than 64 million jobs lost last year, which is 5% of all the jobs held by women; by comparison, men lost just 3.9%. Washington Post opinion columnist Helaine Olen has been tracking this backsliding, and speaks with Michel Martin about the longterm implications.
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