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Surveying The Changing Workplace

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Surveying The Changing Workplace

Economy

Surveying The Changing Workplace

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Eight out of 10 layoffs in the past year have affected men, forcing more women to support families on single incomes. What is the current landscape for women in the workplace? What's it like to lay off your own husband? How are families adapting to a change in roles in difficult times?

Alex Cohen speaks with Christine Owens, executive director of the National Employment Law Project; Robbie Raffish and her husband, Clay Tarpley; and Amy Keroes, founder of www.mommytrackd.com.

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