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The economic impact of COVID-19 on Connecticut's women: A statewide data collection initiative

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While the COVID-19 pandemic has affected virtually all aspects of the lives of Connecticut's women, we have chosen to focus for this research on the pandemic's economic impact. Because so many aspects of women’s lives are driven by their economic security, we view this question as foundational. This report presents our research and recommendations based thereon. It will be delivered to policymakers, government officials, nonprofit service providers, corporations, employers, funders of nonprofit organizations, and citizens. With this data, our objective is that the economic issues facing Connecticut's women due to COVID-19 are factored prominently into plans for Connecticut’s economic recovery. (author abstract)

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Reports & Papers
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United States
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Connecticut

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