Women are getting overworked during the COVID-19 pandemic
Amanda Watson, a lecturer at SFU's Department of Sociology and Anthropology, spoke with CBC Vancouver News about how the COVID-19 pandemic has overworked women and mothers. On the same day, she spoke with Michelle Eliot (host of “BC Today” on CBC Radio One) at The Juggling Mother: Coming Undone in the Age of COVID, where she read selected passages from her book and discussed the challenges that COVID-19 has intensified for contemporary motherhood.
For women with families, the stresses of the pandemic have changed the ways in which women work.— CBC British Columbia (@cbcnewsbc) March 9, 2021
Plenty of mothers who work from home are simultaneously juggling jobs and family care.@anitabathe spoke with @SpinDrWatson to look at the pandemic's impact on working moms: pic.twitter.com/buSLQfUbwd
This was published by CBC Vancouver News on March 8, 2021.