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In year two of the pandemic, working parents are still struggling—some more than in the previous year. According to Pew Research, 33% of parents who are in the same job as before the outbreak started say it’s now harder to balance work and family responsibilities, and for mothers that statistic is even higher at 39%. 

While 43% of parents say their employers have expanded policies and benefits to support during COVID, a lack of childcare, burnout, and mental health issues continue to plague employees. 

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