It's the Economy

It's the Economy PART 13

Jobless Benefits Will Now Reach More Women

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Women currently collect far less unemployment insurance than men. But that's changing fast as states adopt new federal eligibility criteria tailored to low-income and part-time workers amid the worst national job market in 25 years.


It's the Economy

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

(WOMENSENEWS)--With the ailing economy on everyone's mind, we offer a look at the special burdens the deep recession is placing on women's shoulders and what economists and policy experts are recommending in the way of relief.


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Series Overview

It's the Economy

Part: 13

Jobless Benefits Will Now Reach More Women

Part: 12

Financial Abuse Rises as Major Hurdle to Safety

Part: 11

Harsh Economy Highlights Cost of Domestic Abuse

Part: 10

Job Losses Closing Door to Female Homeownership

Part: 9

Senate Bill Could Help Women Keep Homes

Part: 8

Obama's Budget Could Do More for Single Moms

Part: 7

Female Workers Can Jolt Economy; Look at Japan

Part: 6

Philadelphia Shows the Way to Slow Foreclosures

Part: 5

Economists Fear Bailout Could Tighten Squeeze on Women

Part: 4

Retirement Watchdogs Growl as Wall Street Rocks

Part: 3

Economic Rescue Plan Called MIA for Women

Part: 2

Women's Credit Profiling Called Costly, Ignored

Part: 1

Women Help Explain Sub-Prime Mortgage Jitters