‘We've Had It': Women Are Begging the Biden Administration for Help as Job Losses Become a Crisis

Since the pandemic began, more than 2 million women have left the workforce —at more than four times the rate of men — as they have been forced to shoulder the burden of child care and home schooling. Girls Who Code CEO Reshma Saujani spearheaded a public letter in The New York Times signed by 50 prominent women including Gabrielle Union, Amy Schumer and Eva Longoria that asks President Biden to take urgent action to get women back to work.