Michigan Women ‘Struggling’ As They Leave Workforce. So Are Their Employers

Michigan Women ‘Struggling’ As They Leave Workforce. So Are Their Employers
Michigan Women ‘Struggling’ As They Leave Workforce. So Are Their Employers

Before the pandemic, women who resigned from their jobs at Development Centers, a Detroit non-profit, usually did so for a new job that advanced their careers. But since COVID-19 hit, they’ve left the workforce altogether to manage child care or family issues.

Many of the teachers, psychologists, nurses, job developers, and social workers at Development Centers — like millions of moms working in professional roles nationwide — spent the year of change under pressure to abandon their careers indefinitely.

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David Wilkins

David Wilkins is a corporate communications consultant and veteran freelance journalist based in Ann Arbor.

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