In Conversation: Four Moms on the Consequences of Not Having Child Care for Nontraditional Work Schedules
There is an economic and equity imperative to begin to understand the need for child care during nonstandard work hours and the effects of the absence of formal care during these hours on parents of young children who need child care to work. This recording from the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston’s Invested in Conversation series brought together four working mothers of young children to talk about their experiences needing care outside traditional work hours and how they dealt with the supply gap.
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