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

Heather Boushey on KCRW

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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