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Paying the price: The pandemic’s economic impact on women

By France24
26 May 2020   |   12:44 pm
In this edition, with numerous businesses worldwide closing or reducing staff, millions of women are losing their jobs. We report on how the recession brought on by the pandemic could lead to a prolonged dip in women's incomes and labour participation across the globe. Also, what is it like to be fired over Zoom? We talk to noted US journalist and author, Deborah Copaken, who recently underwent the experience and wrote an article about it which has since gone viral.

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