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Claudia Vazquez, a Director of Product Management at Prudential Financial and dedicated diversity and inclusion leader.  LinkedIn

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Record job losses in December push women out of the workforce en mass

New data released last week has revealed that in December employers cut 140,000 jobs. A closer look at the data also reveals a shocking gender gap: Women accounted for all the job losses, losing 156,000 jobs, while men gained 16,000. Of course many men lost jobs as well in December, but when taken together as a group, they came out ahead while women fell behind. 

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