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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.
@crampell Disturbing, but sadly not surprising. Have you seen the @ladyeconomists feminist blog about how economics impacts women & girls?
10 hours ago
Talk about unequal gender representation...want to find women talking economics? Check out @ladyeconomists https://t.co/kUwDSUOu83
.@lydiadepillis explains why a #paidleave mandate would make the biggest difference for low-income workers http://t.co/AvpgtJmvdy
1 day ago
RT @msmagazine: Who’s Behind Your Favorite TV Shows? Certainly Not Women http://t.co/rqq8y0OphT
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