VANCOUVER — The pandemic’s impact on women, especially mothers, is undeniable. School and child-care centre closures forced an already overworked demographic to juggle jobs and 24/7 parenting. Burnout, inevitably, followed. One in three moms considered quitting or scaling back their careers, and many left the workforce. In the tech industry, where women are historically underrepresented, they’ve seen “little or no” job recovery.
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