ESSENTIAL WORKERS  are taking care of our state and of our nation: healthcare workers, grocery clerks, bank tellers, first responders, domestic workers, restaurant workers, janitors, and so many more. Yet many of us are fighting to keep ourselves afloat, especially as we struggle to find care for our children while we go to work.

With licensed child care in limited supply and many schools still operating on remote or hybrid models, it’s getting harder each day to manage both our jobs and the needs of our families during the pandemic. Our choices are to spend a significant portion of our paycheck on child care, find a friend or a family member to rely on, or leave the workforce to take care for our kids.

Read the full article on Commonwealth Magazine’s website.

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