A recent study by McKinsey finds women are one and a half times more likely to be impacted by artificial intelligence job replacement.
At the second meeting of the Georgia Senate Study Committee on Expanding Georgia's Workforce in Savannah, representatives from regional companies detailed their work to grow and improve the local workforce.
People living with intellectual and developmental disabilities say one solution to Georgia’s workforce shortage is to hire them.
The greater Savannah area is projected to grow 34% by 2045, according to the Georgia Department of Transportation.
Women left jobs at four times the rate of men in September. The burden of parenting and running a household while also working a job has created a pressure cooker environment that's pushing women out.
The economic toll of the pandemic has led to the loss of nearly a quarter million jobs for child care providers, nearly all of whom are women and disproportionately Black or Latina.