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Mobilizing people and organizations to expand educational and employment opportunities for America’s working women.
Debt, a lack of supports, balancing school with work and family—all of these can stand in the way. See what we're doing to help »
Unfair scheduling practices wreak havoc on the finances and personal lives of low-wage workers.
In a February 24th ballot referendum, 82% of Chicago voters said yes to paid sick days.
Think America's #StudentDebt problem is bad? Well, it may be worse than you think: http://t.co/UUOVAmgOXa
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RT @EconomicPolicy: Infant care exceeds 30% of a minimum wage worker's earnings in every state. http://t.co/EDAbLG4FUa http://t.co/cR5hKSNW…
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Your afternoon read: Childcare costs more than rent. No wonder more women are opting out of the workforce http://t.co/OohwGw01TQ @valzarya
RT @sarah_labadie: Lots of tears here today as parents and providers talk about impacts of CCAP changes #SaveChildCare #twill
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