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The state of child care in America

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Axios, October 2021

There’s a labor shortage plaguing industries across the board, as millions of people left the workforce during the pandemic or are switching careers. A new report from Indeed says interest in child care roles has gone down 15% since before COVID. How long will the pandemic affect working parents?

Axios Re:Cap talks with Northeastern University economics professor Alicia Modestino about the state of child care in America.

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