Bryce Covert: Women Have Changed, but the Workplace Hasn’t

In the latest episode of the Roosevelt Institute’s Bloggingheads series, “Fireside Chats,” ND2.0 Editor Bryce Covert talks to The Atlantic‘s Derek Thompson about the ongoing challenges for women in the workplace. In particular, they ask why women are still struggling to close the wage gap despite earning more degrees than men and participating in equal numbers. In the clip below, Bryce says the problem is that legal support for working women and men isn’t there. She argues that “the workplace still looks as if someone is taking care of the children, but they’re not,” and “we don’t have the policies in place to deal with the way our workforce looks now.”

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