Family-Friendly Policies Benefit Rural Working Mothers

This brief from the Carsey Institute presents an analysis of differences in access to family-friendly policies between rural and urban mothers. Rural Americans are disadvantaged in income, education, and employment and are less likely to have access to family-friendly policies. These policies are important because they protect workers and their families from job loss, wage loss, and health and economic crises. Read more ยป 09/22/2009