Working Moms More Likely Feeling Burnout Than Working Dads
March 15 is Equal Pay Day, but a new survey shows that women are still working to the point of exhaustion.
The survey of one thousand found that women have felt less inspired, less driven, and more burned out since the pandemic started.
68% of women in the U.S. experienced burnout over the course of seven days, while 50% of men reported the same.
Data also revealed that working moms are 28% more likely to experience burnout than working dads due to factors such as lack of childcare and home labor.