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Back in the 2008 recession, men lost more jobs than women. Now the boot is on the other foot, as reported by archived mainstream media:

According to new data released Friday, employers cut 140,000 jobs in December, signaling that the economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic is backtracking. Digging deeper into the data also reveals a shocking gender gap: Women accounted for all the job losses, losing 156,000 jobs, while men gained 16,000.

Women ended 2020 with 5.4 million fewer jobs than they had in February, before the pandemic began. Meanwhile, men lost 4.4 million jobs over that same time period.

Not a surprise really as women tend to work more in human contact jobs more than men do, and the last year has been one of keeping our distance.

For the wokistas things are even worse:

Meanwhile, a separate survey of households, which includes self-employed workers, showed an even wider gender disparity. It also highlighted another painful reality: Among women, Blacks and Latinas lost jobs in December, while White women made significant gains.

Economists often warn against reading too much into a single month, but December's job losses capped off an already awful year for working women — particularly women of color.

Let me explain exactly what this means.

These figures reveal that companies have basically been pressured into employing more women and minorities than they want to. When the shit hits the fan, they start behaving in a more honest way, with the result that a lot of the affirmative action quota hirings go to the wall.

1 comment

Edwin Oslan said...

Great! We get to be employed with diminishing spending power, while all those unemployed minorities and women get to get on government programs that I get to pay for!

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