‘Can’t Compete’: Why Hiring for Child Care Is a Problem
- As schools reopen, parents of young children are still struggling. One reason is that child care is operating at 88 percent of its prepandemic capacity.
- The industry faces challenges like low pay and little stability. Yet raising wages isn’t simple due to problems with child care’s business model.
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