Parents are Suffering from Weak Recovery in Child Care Jobs

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The labor market is strong – employment is low, and many sectors have completely recovered the losses from COVID-19. Some subsectors, however, are still suffering. Child day care services is one and that can have a rippling effect across the labor market. 

This slow recovery is hurting parents of young children especially. The lack of child care workers affects the availability and costs of child care. In turn, it may be keeping parents of young children out of the labor market, affecting job growth in other sectors. For those able to return to the labor force, the lack

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