Covid-19 is pushing women out of work, just look at Italy
Margherita Marino was a successful family lawyer in Naples, running a small but thriving practice, until the pandemic struck. Now she spends nearly all her time taking care of her two children, who have mostly been at home since March due to prolonged SBOBET school closures.
“Sometimes I tell myself: I am a supermom looking after my children. Other times I’m like: what am I doing?” said Ms. Marino, 43, who Judi Bola worries her career won’t recover. “It’s frustrating.”