It hasn’t been the best year for working women anywhere, given the Covid-19 pandemic’s “she-cession,” but a new index reveals women in some states might fare better than others.
Evaluating the best and worst states for working women, Oxfam America ranked all 50 states, Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico based on policies related to equal pay, rights to organize and worker protections like those for pregnant and breastfeeding women or against sexual harassment. States where policies negatively affect working women in the U.S. received lower ratings.
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