Why economists are calling this recession a 'she-cession'

Women's labor participation fell to a 33-year low as many were forced to juggle work, childcare and household responsibilities. In the year since the pandemic began, 2.3 million women left the labor force, in a sign that the pandemic-driven recession may be disproportionately worse for women than men. Watch the video to see why many women are getting left behind in the "she-cession."
Thu, Mar 11 20218:10 PM EST