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Workforce-ready women face down COVID-19 gap on resumes

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The labor participation rate for women is now lower than it’s been in 30 years, meaning more gaps in resumes. On today’s show, we’ll spend some time talking with women and employers about how they’re approaching that challenge. Plus, a look at what separates the states that have hit pre-pandemic unemployment levels from the ones that haven’t. Later on, we’ll look at the changing credit card industry and new laws that give renters legal counsel. We wrap up today’s show with a look at the cultural and economic fallout from a much (much) older pandemic.

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Alex Jones – 2021-Jul-08, Thursday

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Why The Conspiracy Theories Behind Jan 6 Haven’t Gone Away