Bradley Mattes   |   November 12, 2019

Working mothers are three times more likely than fathers to quit their job to care for the children.  And many of them have a hard time getting back into the workplace if that’s their desire.  This reality can impact a woman’s decision whether or not to have an abortion for the sake of her career.  Walmart and other companies have come up with a creative way to assist called “returnships,” a temporary, paid internship to train for employment.  About three-quarters of the women who’ve gone through the program accepted positions with the company.  Walmart expanded the program this year.  Goldman Sachs first introduced the concept and over fifty companies have created a variation of the program.  It’s part of helping equip women to say yes to life.

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