Stefan Molyneux rebuts the article "Pandemic threatens to wipe out decades of progress for working mothers"
"While one might think, in 2020, that strain would fall equally on the shoulders of all parents, that's not what the data shows. During COVID-19, women's participation in the Canadian workforce has fallen to a level not seen in decades, and with uncertain school plans and few options for child care, some women are not returning to work.
"Some of the women who were laid off are actually not looking anymore, that's deeply concerning," said Jennifer Reynolds, CEO of Toronto Financial International, a firm aimed at boosting investment in the city and encouraging women's participation in the workforce.
"If we don't get women back to work in the types of numbers we saw before … we won't get the economic growth that we really need."
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Pandemic threatens to wipe out decades of progress for working mothers | CBC NewsDuring COVID-19, women's participation in the Canadian workforce has fallen to a level not seen since the mid-80s, with unprecedented job losses and an unequal burden at home. That's not ...