Woman holding baby while working Among surveyed employers, support for parents is the top priority, second only to mental health and well-being.

In what is billed as the largest-ever study of working parents, a new report from Great Place to Work and Mavin Clinic finds that the rocky pandemic economy has many parents are near a breaking point, but offers guidance on how employers can retain valuable workers.

The survey included responses from more than 440,000 working parents in 1,244 U.S. companies. It included responses from 226,000 mothers, 204,000 fathers, 154,000 parents of color, and 9,000 LGBTQIA.

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