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1. Investing in the care economy would create millions of jobs

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We know that investment in bridges, roads, and rail is smart policy that creates jobs — and helps workers get to work. Our groundbreaking new study shows how public investment in social infrastructure — like paid childcare, early childhood education, and elderly care — does the same.

Public investment in the care economy creates jobs — and provides people performing unpaid domestic roles (often women) with greater economic independence.

Investment in #CareJobs is union business. Read more at http://www.ituc-csi.org/carejobs

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Investment in childcare, early education & elderly care would create millions of jobs. Our new report: http://www.ituc-csi.org/carejobs #CareJobs

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2. Investing in the care economy would boost women’s participation in the workforce

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Globally, women spend at least twice as much time as men on unpaid care work, including domestic or household tasks, as well as care for people at home and in the community. When women are expected to do unpaid work, everyone loses.

Our groundbreaking new study shows how public investment in paid #CareJobs provides women with independence to find and keep jobs in other sectors, or be paid for the work they disproportionately do.

Investment in #CareJobs is union business. Read more at http://www.ituc-csi.org/carejobs

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Our new study shows how investment in paid #CareJobs would provide women with greater economic independence: http://www.ituc-csi.org/carejobs

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3. Investing in the care economy would create economic growth and reduce public debt

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Government investment in jobs increases growth and decreases debt. Our groundbreaking new report shows how public investment in #CareJobs — like paid childcare, early childhood education, and elderly care — makes good economic sense.

Investment in #CareJobs - childcare, early education & elderly care - increases growth & decreases debt. New report: http://www.ituc-csi.org/carejobs

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Investment in #CareJobs is union business. Read more at http://www.ituc-csi.org/carejobs

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