Woman holding baby while working Working parents face the exhausting task of balancing their careers and childcare as the pandemic continues, and 40% have already quit or reduced their hours because managing that balance proved to be too difficult.

The COVID-19-induced childcare crisis continues to weigh on businesses as many working parents proceed with the dual role of teacher and employee. While a smattering of schools currently offer full in-person learning, most are still operating under hybrid or 100% virtual learning plans. Coupled with the current surge in COVID-19 cases, there is no sign the demands of a working parent with virtual and hybrid learners at home will be reduced anytime soon. In fact, working parents are currently facing an increase of disruptions when it comes to childcare.

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