Single people say they face unique concerns during the pandemic that deserve attention

in People

A year into the pandemic we’ve heard a lot about the stress so many families are under as parents and kids all try to work, learn, and play from home. But more than a quarter of U.S. households today are one-person homes — that number has gone up a lot in the last 50 years. And plenty of those people are working.

Ginny Giles is one of them.  Before the pandemic Giles, a nonprofit consultant, traveled for work all the time. She’d meet with clients or attend a conference.

“Life was just very, very full and rewarding and just wonderful,” she said. “I love my life.”

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