“Study after study show that women have been shouldering more of the domestic and child care responsibilities this year. That typically means they’re on a virtual high-wire act that requires getting up early and going to bed late to complete the work they’re paid for so that they can tend to their children during the day.
In 55 percent of U.S. households, women are twice as likely to have primary or sole responsibility for cooking, cleaning, child care and education during the pandemic, according to a survey by Boston Consulting Group. Women are spending 15 more hours a week on domestic labor than men—equivalent to a day and a half.”
Read more in this article from the Society for HR Management.