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August 30, 2013
Women across the country find themselves squeezed economically as things like groceries and tuition get more expensive yet wages stay about the same. In addition, an increasing number of women are the primary or sole provider in households with children, even further raising the economic pressure. Add to that the increasing number of middle-aged women who find themselves "sandwiched" between supporting their grown children and their own retired parents and it's no surprise that fears about jobs and the cost of living are front and center in the minds of most American middle-class women.