Bryce Covert

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Bryce Covert is a contributor at The Nation and a 2023 Reporter in Residence at Omidyar Network.

The Great Recession Is Pushing Women Out of the Workforce The Great Recession Is Pushing Women Out of the Workforce

The downturn may have had a bigger impact on whether women stay home than men.

May 7, 2012 / Blog / Bryce Covert

The Recovery Is Really Good at Creating Bad Jobs The Recovery Is Really Good at Creating Bad Jobs

An economic rebound means little to workers forced into precarious work.

May 2, 2012 / Blog / Bryce Covert

How to Close the Gender Wage Gap in Just Seven Easy* Steps

How to Close the Gender Wage Gap in Just Seven Easy* Steps How to Close the Gender Wage Gap in Just Seven Easy* Steps

Want to end pay discrimination? All it takes is raising the minimum wage, increasing unionization and passing family leave policies!

Apr 17, 2012 / Blog / Bryce Covert

Red States See Massive Public Sector Job Losses

Red States See Massive Public Sector Job Losses Red States See Massive Public Sector Job Losses

Twelve red states account for 70 percent of all state and local public sector jobs lost since 2010.

Mar 27, 2012 / Mike Konczal and Bryce Covert

The Fast Pace of Change for Women Workers Can’t Distract From the Work Left to Do The Fast Pace of Change for Women Workers Can’t Distract From the Work Left to Do

We must recognize how much we’ve accomplished while keeping our sights on everything that still needs to be addressed. 

Mar 26, 2012 / Blog / Bryce Covert

The Not Yet Richer, Still Struggling for Economic Equality, Sex The Not Yet Richer, Still Struggling for Economic Equality, Sex

A new book takes exciting and historic trends a step too far.

Mar 23, 2012 / Blog / Bryce Covert

Why We Need More Sarah Palins and Herman Cains Why We Need More Sarah Palins and Herman Cains

Electing more African-Americans and women to office will eventually mean more conservatives from both groups.

Mar 22, 2012 / Blog / Bryce Covert

Despite the History of Brutality, We Must Reform, Not Abandon, the Police Despite the History of Brutality, We Must Reform, Not Abandon, the Police

Only the government can assume the role of policing and protecting Americans.

Mar 21, 2012 / Blog / Bryce Covert

The High Cost of Being a Woman The High Cost of Being a Woman

We pay more for the same products and services while making less money.

Mar 21, 2012 / Blog / Bryce Covert

Trayvon Martin’s Killing and Our Deep Distrust of Government Trayvon Martin’s Killing and Our Deep Distrust of Government

Our police force is the only entity that can ensure protection and justice. We must reform it, not opt out of it.

Mar 20, 2012 / Blog / Bryce Covert

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