Global Women's Project | Thu, Sep 29, 2011
For the last six decades, women have been entering the paid labor force in record numbers. With the advent of the Great Recessions, millions of women in the United States became primary or co-breadwinners in their families. Yet our social policies have failed to acknowledge that family composition has changed, leaving families to face the work-life conflict on their own. “The Implications of the Work-Life Conflict in the United States” outlines just how harmful the current policies of the United States are.