Nov 08, 2020 10:12 AM EST
The rising stress levels deepen among child-free co-workers toward working moms who need to take time for child care and schooling.
The NPR series surveys, labor statistics fact sheet, and McKinsey & Company indicate that women are losing paid work far higher than men. Some of it is due to retail majority-female frontlines, and hospitality is the hardest hit. However, mothers are fired or leave because it is not applicable to attend both their jobs and children.
Washington Post explained that this scenario doesn't mean fathers are not affected and do not step up. But it seems clear that women are disproportionately affected, and motherhood is a crucial contributing factor to the imbalance.
In the before times, gender-based labor inequality was a problem. But in the pandemic, parent-vs-children-free at work are becoming unmanageable, as per Post.
In the after times, long-term solutions are needed to remember the concerns and focus on resolving them as a society.
More moms are in the workforce than ever. "Women now make up half of all workers in the U.S., with nearly 4 in 10 homes having a working mom," according to the Center for American Progress.
Being a full-time mother as well as a full-time employee at the same time could lead to feelings of guilt and stress as the attention is divided between work and family. The key is to get organized, focus on a plan, and find the right balance between parenthood and profession.
On the other hand, HuffPost claims that single people with a mentality of "don't have a life" got a famous public sample in 2008. Janet Napolitano was nominated to be head of Homeland Security.
Through a CNN transcript, Ed Rendell, a former Pennsylvania governor, remarked on a live mic that Napolitano was the right choice as "you have to have no life. Janet has no family. Perfect. She can devote, literally, 19 to 20 hours a day to it."
Sometimes, being single and child-free while working means assumptions that if you rise the ranks, it is because your life outside of your profession is meaningless.
In an August HuffPost/YouGov internet pol, 503 U.S. adult women who work full time answered questions about whether being married or having children could lead to better treatment at work.
The poll showed 49% of the respondents said that women with or without kids have fair treatment, while 55% claim that married and unmarried women are equally treated.
In today's digital world, more and more people are investing in cryptocurrencies. These digital tokens have exploded into popularity over the past few years, and have grown to the point that there are now nearly over 6,000 of them, according to Statista.
Following the pandemic, natural calamities, and major employment shifts, a startling new study on the online news site News Nation shows that 1 in 4 Americans don't have an emergency fund.
Generational wealth is a facet of wealth management that is often misunderstood. Labeled trust fund babies, rich kids, and lucky breaks, those who receive an inheritance from families are rare.
Social media has successfully made it to the mainstream consciousness of over half the global population. DataReportal's latest study shows that over 4.33 billion people worldwide are using some form of social networking site this year. That's why it's no wonder many tech companies are interested in investing or forming the next Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube to capture the hearts and minds of the general population.
Ease of access, freedom to choose in which to invest the money and lines of credit designed according to the needs of consumers, are some of the characteristics that have made consumer credit one of the most important financing products in the world’s market.
While researchers have suggested that individuals who base their self-worth on their financial success often feel lonely in everyday life, a newly published study by the University at Buffalo and Harvard Business School has taken initial steps to better understand why this link exists.
The younger generations are willing to put their money where their mouth is when it comes to sustainable living.
An international research team led by NUST MISIS has developed a new iron-cobalt-nickel nanocomposite with tunable magnetic properties. The nanocomposite could be used to protect money and securities from counterfeiting. The study was published in Nanomaterials.
Bank credit officers are more likely to approve loan applications earlier and later in the day, while 'decision fatigue' around midday is associated with defaulting to the safer option of saying no.
After graduating or leaving college, many students face a difficult choice: Try to pay off their student loans as fast as possible to save on interest, or enroll in an income-based repayment plan, which offers affordable payments based on their income and forgives any balance remaining after 20 or 25 years.