More than two million American women have had to drop out of the workforce this past year, resulting in the lowest percentage of women in the workplace since the 80s. Many factors, such as shouldering the childcare burden, are contributing to the fact that women have been leaving their jobs at four times the rate of men. Whether forced to leave their careers, put them on hold or stay working while finding a way to navigate through a morphed career environment, women are finding ways to survive through these unprecedented times.
By: Paola Ortega, Guest Contributor
Edited by: Shatoyia Jones, FLP personal and professional development mentor
Are you curious as to how you can start your investment journey with as little as $100-$500, either as a "hobby" or full-blown career? Browse these resources from First Ladies of Poverty Foundation resources.
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