Moms work less during coronavirus. We support a lot of working parents at Flourish, especially moms who are juggling their personal and professional lives. Unsurprisingly, mothers are getting hit the hardest by the domestic effects of the pandemic: a lack of consistent childcare, the pressure to accommodate remote learning, and inequitable gender demands at home. Sociologist, Caitlyn Collins, chats with The Lily about this economic “red flag”:

Moms are working dramatically fewer hours than dads during coronavirus.