US Bureau of Labor Statistics data for December showed that for the second time in US history there were more women working than men, a trend driven in part by growth in health care, which added 399,000 jobs in 2019, and education. Data showed 28,100 health care jobs were added in December, including 8,800 hospital positions and 23,100 ambulatory care jobs.
More women in workforce than men; health care jobs a factor
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