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AMERICA'S FAMILY LEAVE CRISIS
AND THE COST OF DOING NOTHING

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What do the United States and Papua New Guinea have in common? They are the only countries in the world without paid family leave. American families are often forced to choose between tending to a spouse or parent with an unexpected medical emergency, or keeping their job and health insurance.

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1/3 of American's don't have any savings.
The average cost of a semi-private nursing home is $82,000 a year.
Women who take paid leave are 40 percent less likely to receive food stamps.
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