Women often bear the brunt of family care responsibilities. Often this requires trip-chaining involving stops for groceries, prescriptions, cash at the bank, childcare, school and a myriad of other daily chores.
Peter A. Creticos
Peter A. Creticos, Ph.D., is President and Founder of the Institute for Work and the Economy, a Chicago-based policy collaborative in workforce and economic development. Since its inception in 2000, the Institute has been an important source of ideas and proposed actions addressing knotty workforce and economic challenges. The Institute is governed by a 20-member board of directors from business, academia, organized labor and civic organizations. The board’s great diversity in lived experiences is central to the Institute’s mission and inclusive vision.