Labor Department data shows women are exiting the workforce at a greater rate than men during the pandemic, with a study suggesting this will have long-term effects. "Women returning back to work will need support from their employers ... this includes flexible workplace policies, paid leave, child care support, and flexible work schedules," says C. Nicole Mason, president and CEO of the Institute for Women's Policy Research.
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