Heather Boushey

Washington Center for Equitable Growth

Guest

Executive Director and Chief Economist at the Washington Center for Equitable Growth; author of Finding Time: The Economics of Work-Life Conflict and co-author of Hardships in America: The Real Story of Working Families; outsider advisor to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign; former senior economist at the Center for American Progress

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For new parents all over the country, rising costs are making day care unaffordable even when both mothers and fathers are working.

Working Parents Can't Have It All: Can Government Help?

For new parents all over the country, rising costs are making day care unaffordable even when both mothers and fathers are working.

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The post-industrial economy may be more congenial for women. They now outnumber men in America's workforce, and the number of stay-at-home fathers is on the rise.

Family Life in the Great Recession

The post-industrial economy may be more congenial for women. They now outnumber men in America's workforce, and the number of stay-at-home fathers is on the rise.

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