Women are beginning to return to the workforce after nearly 2 million left in 2020. As of March 2023, nearly 77.8 million women were active in the US workforce which tops the pre-pandemic levels of 77.6 million in Feb. 2020. Reliable schooling options, fewer business closures and improved public health outlook are said to be the key reasons behind this return. While some return, women still do face major barriers at the workplace such as ageism, lack of confidence and caregiving responsibilities. Despite these obstacles, women are returning to the workforce and there are multiple ways they are doing so.
From finding professional mentorship to pursuing hybrid roles to reinventing themselves with cosmetic surgery, women are feeling the freedom to invest in what matters to them. 1 in 4 women consider cosmetic procedures including mommy makeovers. Women aged between 31-45 are requesting liposuctions, tummy tucks and breast augmentations.
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