There’s a straightforward way for businesses to attract young workers in a competitive labor market: affordable childcare
By Avery Hartmans
Access to childcare was an issue before the pandemic, but the closure of daycare centers and shift to working from home exacerbated the problem. As Hannah Matthews, deputy executive director for policy at the Center for Law and Social Policy, recently told The Wall Street Journal’s Kathryn Dill: “The pandemic worsened the realities of child care in this country.”
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