Nearly Half a Million Families Are Hurt by the Child-Care Labor Shortage
By Camille Furst
Stephanie Schmit, director of child care and early education at the Center for Law and Social Policy, said the child-care industry has suffered from a declining number of workers for years, even before the Covid-19 pandemic, amid low wages and poor benefits. She said the pandemic gave more awareness to the issue, highlighting longstanding problems in the industry.
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