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‘I do not have the luxury of staying home’: 30 days as a domestic worker in New York City

Days-long shifts, meditation and fearing she’ll be the next to get covid-19

‘I had to choose being a mother’: With no child care or summer camps, women are being edged out of the workforce

When parents can’t do it all, women’s paid labor is often the first to go

Women ask for coffee, men tend to call in favors: Why pandemic networking is even harder for women

On Zoom, you might have time to make a quick request — but that’s about it

Clothing companies have been praised for making protective masks. But garment workers say factory conditions are unsafe.

‘Cleanliness and sanitation issues that were present prior to covid-19 are still not being dealt with’

Fear, fevers and reminders of love: 30 days as a medical resident in New York City

We asked a physician to keep a diary of working in the hardest-hit city in the country

Women academics seem to be submitting fewer papers during coronavirus. ‘Never seen anything like it,’ says one editor.

Men are submitting up to 50 percent more than they usually would

Ask Dr. Andrea: I’m worried I’m not being productive enough during coronavirus. How can I fight that feeling?

Plus, a question about how to combat loneliness

This state says it has a ‘feminist economic recovery plan.’ Here’s what that looks like.

The state wants ‘to build a system that is capable of delivering gender equality’

5 tips on landing a job during the coronavirus pandemic

Job hunting is hard right now. We can help.