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HomeClimate411Women, parents and early-career faculty in ecology most impacted by COVID-19

Women, parents and early-career faculty in ecology most impacted by COVID-19

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Aubry said female faculty, early-career researchers and those in caretaking roles were most impacted by the pandemic. In addition, people who did not have access to a private room to use as a home office were significantly more dissatisfied with their work-life balance.

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