We know women care about flexibility. While the left promotes the idea that women are a monolith who all want the same thing in life, we know women don’t always have the same opinions. And when it comes to working outside the home, flexibility is the top priority for millions of women. The problem is, rising costs on everything from housing to food means financial security and affordability trumps their own personal considerations—like wanting to have more time with family. In other words: this economy is making it hard for women to make the choices that are best for them!
The bottom line: Women are struggling to make ends meet and want to know that there are plenty of job opportunities out there to meet their goals and want policy proposals that will maximize flexibility and create diverse work opportunities.
If you want to learn more about this topic, check out the third edition of the “Working for Women” report which advances solutions that place women—not government—in the driver’s seat to build the lives that they want for themselves and their families.
Check out the report’s author—Patrice Onwuka—talking about the report HERE!