Arlie Hochschild

University of California, Berkeley

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Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the Universitiy of California, Berkeley and co-author of The Second Shift: Working Parents and the Revolution at Home

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In the last twenty years the cost of childcare has outstripped every other item in the family budget.

When Childcare Costs as Much as College

In the last twenty years the cost of childcare has outstripped every other item in the family budget.

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