Working from Home

In interviews with more than a dozen women who work as lawyers, writers, architects, teachers, nurses and nonprofit administrators, many said that they were grateful to have some child care help pre-quarantine, and that they could work from home. But they have been slightly stunned to learn that they are expected to organize and manage every domestic need for their family, while maintaining a full-time professional career as part of a dual-career couple.

JENNIFER MEDINA and LISA LERER, “When Mom’s Zoom Meeting Is the One That Has to Wait,” The New York Times, April 24, 2020.