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Childcare is scarce for single parents working in the restaurant industry—but nonprofits could change that.

Jan 10 2020

Childcare is scarce for single parents working in the restaurant industry—but nonprofits could change that. According to a 2016 report from nonprofit workers’ rights organization Restaurant Opportunities Centers (ROC) United, nearly 3.5 million parents work in the restaurant industry. One million are single mothers—40% of whom live in poverty. The research found almost every parent feels that childcare-related issues interfere with shifts, promotions, or overtime work. Now new resources are trying to help: Tipping Point’s app Parent Care Exchange helps parents trade off childcare duties, while N.Y.C restaurateur Camilla Marcus is working with Vivvi Early Learning to offer employer-paid childcare for businesses in the city. (Eater)