Since the beginning of the Great Recession in December 2007, the U.S. has lost 7.5 million jobs. Demographers have been alarmed by the fact that a huge majority of those lost jobs were formerly held by men, while a disproportionate share of newly created jobs are being filled by women. What’s behind this trend? What’s ahead? What are the implications? We’ll show you.
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