TIME’S UP’s Insights on Women & the Economy
Jobs Report Analyses
Equity, Impact Lab, Private Sector, Public Policy
Each month the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics disseminates various data about the U.S. economy and labor market in addition to figures on employment, labor force participation, productivity, and wages.
The TIME’S UP Impact Lab team began analyzing these figures at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and continues to do so as our economy shifts from a state of needing relief to one of recovery.
Select a month below to learn more.
March — Recovery Is on the Way But Women Are Still Being Left Behind
February — Women of Color Are Bearing the Brunt of Unemployment
January — Women Are the Backbone of Our Economy
December — Over 500,000 Jobs In Hospitality and Leisure Lost in Industries Dominated By Black and Latinx Women
November — Policymakers Must Pass a COVID Relief Package That Invests in a Robust Caregiving Infrastructure
October — Women, esp. WOC, Continue to Bear the Brunt of the Pandemic and Economic Crisis
September — Women Dropping Out of Labor Force at Alarming Rate
August — Recovery is Slowing Down, Especially for Women
July — A Women’s Recession
May — A Case Study in Pervasive Racism and Sexism
April — Women Are Bearing the Brunt of Economic Crisis
March — On the Front Lines of Economic Pain: March Jobs Report Foreshadows What’s to Come