Some Women Being Left Behind as Americans Head Back to Work

The U.S. is getting closer to business as usual. COVID cases are on the decline, kids are heading to summer camp and many Americans are going back to work. But for women it could be an even longer journey back to normal. They make up more than half of the nation’s unemployed. Beth Humberd is an associate professor of management at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell and an expert on gender and diversity in the workplace.