Seven decades since the end of World War II, do U.S. women still lead in workforce participation rates?
When it came to women working, the United States once led. Now it lags.
Women left the workforce in droves after the last U.S. recession. So far, they haven’t come back.
As long as there is a surplus of illiterate poor women, why would millions of poor households in India switch from using firewood and animal dung for fuel?