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The Optimal Duration of Paid Family Leave

Brigid Schulte wrote for Slate about paid-family leave.


When a Surprise Medical Bill Hits, It’s Women Who Absorb Most of the Shock

Alieza Durana wrote for Slate about the gender disparity in income.


GLOBAL GENDER PARITY INITIATIVE
Why more Turkish women don't work

Tendai Marima wrote about the invisible cost of Nigeria's oil pipeline disaster: more unpaid labor for women,


GLOBAL GENDER PARITY INITIATIVE
Unpaid Work Should Be Measured and Valued, but Mostly Isn’t

Elizabeth Weingarten writes for the Financial Times about why there should be a system to measure the work of unpaid workers.


GLOBAL GENDER PARITY INITIATIVE
In Drought-Hit Zimbabwe, Women's 'Second Shift' Burden Grows

Andrew Mambondiyani writes for Reuters about why climate change in Zimbabwe is creating more work for women.


Flexible, Family-Friendly Work Policies are More Popular than Ever. So Why are we Still so Stressed Out?

In an article for Quartz, Brigid Schulte explores what is being done to solve the problem of high-stress workplace cultures.


New Report Finds That Child Care In America Doesn’t Work

Brigid Schulte wrote for the Huffington Post about the New America Care Report and the future of child care in America.


Quora: Brigid Schulte

Brigid Schulte answered questions on work-life integration, work effectiveness, and gender for Quora.


Is 2016 a Watershed Moment for Women?

Liza Mundy wrote for Politico about whether 2016 is a watershed election for American women.


THE CARE INDEX
Where Childcare Is an Economic Engine

Brigid Schulte wrote in The Atlantic about child care in Georgia.


THE CARE INDEX
Is This as Good as Childcare Gets?

Nan Mooney wrote in The Atlantic about child care in Massachusetts.


Why Parents Are Being Forced to Find Childcare Underground

Alieza Durana wrote in The Atlantic about the difficulties families in New Mexico have finding child care, and the low wages providers earn.