NEVADA (KTNV) — According to a newly released report from Business.org, Nevada ranks at the bottom in the nation when it comes to benefits for working parents.
The business advice website says it dug into each state’s income, income-to-rent ratio, job stability during the pandemic, paid family leave (maternity and paternity leave), medical leave and job-protected leave.
Nevada takes the last spot, according to the company, due to a high income-to-rent ratio, high unemployment, and lack of protection for paid leave, leaves parents.
D.C. tops the list at #1 for working parents.
The full report can be read by clicking here.