College Kids, With Kids
In the last year or so, dozens of employers — from the Navy to Goldman Sachs — have begun offering or expanding benefits such as paid family leave and job-sharing that enable parents to better balance work with family life. Slowly, America’s famously family-unfriendly workplace might finally be improving. But the only employees who really stand to benefit are white-collar ones. Since the 1960s, paid parental leave increased nearly five times for workers with a college degree, but it has only doubled for those with just a high school degree.