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Thu, May 28



Women Careers & Crisis

What does Covid -19 Mean for Women Careers & How do We Navigate to Help One Another Become Employed?

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Women Careers & Crisis
Women Careers & Crisis

Time & Location

May 28, 2020, 12:00 PM EDT



About the Event

COVID-19 is fast becoming a women's economic crisis. The US government reported that the jobless rate hit 14.7% in April, a level not seen since the Great Depression. Women make up 49% of the U.S. Workforce, but held 55% of the job lost in April.  The unemployment rate for women stands at an unprecedented rate at 15.5 % the first time ever the U.S. Women have faced a double digit unemployment rate. The National Women's Empowerment Ministry is advocating and serving as a resource for women during this pandemic. Join our CEO , Eleshia V. Cash- HR Professional & Author of The Little Red Networking Book as she addressed the concerns for unemployed women , shared a strategy to navigate and support women during this career transition, as well as lead the conversation on how we can help one another regain employment. Special Guest , Career Strategist Sherry Sims from Black Women Career Network will be a featured guest and key expert to provide support for women during this transition.

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