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  • Over 70% of Mothers and over 90% of Fathers are in the workforce. And in more than 62% of families, both parents are employed.
    Yet our work structures continue to expect that there is a stay-at-home parent that is solely responsible for all or at least the majority of caregiving responsibilities.
  • 81% of women and 63% of men are in dual-career couples. Yet 70% of executives have stay-at-home partners.
    Within opposite-gender dual-career couples, women are four times more likely than men to take on tasks at home, regardless of who earns more
  • 51% of women quit their jobs due to a lack of work/life boundaries
    The majority of the women quitting left to find a job where they were better supported to manage career and care. Only 37% left for a better salary and 8% left to take care of their children full time.
  • 1 in 4 women are considering downshifting or leaving the workforce.
    Senior Level women are more burned out, more exhausted and feel pressure to work more.
    (mckinsey women in the workplace 2020)
  • Prior to COVID, 80% of the workforce wanted to work remotely at least part of the time.
    Now that they know it’s possible, it's increasingly difficult to force people back into an old approach.
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