Millions of low-wage women are being left behind in the pandemic recovery. A lack of care infrastructure is to blame.

Although much of the U.S. economy is resuming activity that increasingly resembles pre-pandemic life, low-wage female workers have emerged as a major focal point — if not the epicenter — of workers left behind in the recovery.

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