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Pandemic painful for many self-employed women, but their numbers are rising again

This article explores trends in self-employment among women before and after the pandemic. The number of self-employed women working full time fell 34 percent in the early months of COVID-19, a steeper decline than observed for self-employed men. Self-employed mothers saw an especially large drop, though this decline was temporary.