“Nevada really has some improving to do when it comes to child care and that work-life balance,” she said.
When it comes to child care costs, Nevada is the third worst in the country: 25 percent of a woman's salary goes to full-time care. That is double the cost in some other states.
“Companies should be recognizing that women need affordable, safe child care at least mandating something on the company level,” she said.
From there, governments can step in with mandates for parental leave and pre-K for all children.
Jill Gonzalez, WalletHub
You won’t find a paywall here. Come as often as you like — we’re not counting. You’ve found a like-minded tribe that cherishes what a free press stands for. If you can spend another couple of minutes making a pledge of as little as $5, you’ll feel like a superhero defending democracy for less than the cost of a month of Netflix.