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C.D. Howe Institute policy analysts Parisa Mahboubi and Tingting Zhang conducted the Juggling Act: Women, Work and Closing the Gaps with Men research study. The pandemic profoundly impacted the working lives of Canadians, yet women were affected differently than men. This study explores how women have fared in these areas before the pandemic, how the pandemic has impacted their work lives, how they are performing post-pandemic and how to improve their labour market outcomes. Despite the fact that women’s outcomes have improved significantly according to these indicators, they still lag behind men. C.D. Howe Institute notes that policy changes in three areas would help reduce the remaining gender disparities: enhancing accessibility to affordable childcare, improving women’s workforce development, and providing better opportunities for flexible work arrangements. The study highlights gender disparities that exist in the labour market and provides recommendations to promote gender equality. For further information about the study or to download the report, click here.
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