The hits keep coming for working mothers during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Based on a new study, researchers from Tufts University and Duke University have discovered fatherhood appears to protect employed men during the pandemic’s economic fallout, but the same doesn’t apply to women who are mothers.

In reviewing U.S. employment data from December 2019 through May, study authors found men and women without children were about as likely to face layoffs as women who are mothers. Fathers, however,…

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