WOMEN’S WORK: FOR GEN X WOMEN, CHANGING CAREERS IS COMPLICATED

What happens when our careers hit the wall—do we stay or should we go? These three women took steps to make a radical change in their 40s and 50s. By Clare Murphy Jan. 28, 2020.  Dame Magazine  When Jill Auckenthaler walked into her first class of nursing school, she stared out into an auditorium of … Continue reading WOMEN’S WORK: FOR GEN X WOMEN, CHANGING CAREERS IS COMPLICATED

The new paid family leave

From grandparent leave to paw-ternity, some companies are offering paid time off to care for relatives, train a pet or get acquainted with new grandchildren Text by Jena McGregor and illustrations by Hannah Li The Washington Post. DECEMBER 30, 2019 The U.S. remains the only industrialized country that doesn’t guarantee workers paid family leave. In … Continue reading The new paid family leave

'A socially isolated group’: Millennial caregivers are increasing, but they face unique challenges

by Bethany Ao, Updated: December 3, 2019 The Philadelphia Inquirer When Sophath Chum was 15, his mother suffered a stroke. His father decided to put her in a nursing home in West Chester. But during follow-up visits, Chum noticed bruises on his mother’s body. So three years ago, when his father began needing more care due to … Continue reading 'A socially isolated group’: Millennial caregivers are increasing, but they face unique challenges