Help My Career: Companies that pay for abortion-related travel receive a surge in interest from job hunters. Now for the bad news.


When the Supreme Court struck down the constitutional protection for women’s right to have an abortion, some companies said they would subsidize travel if a worker needed to leave her state to end a pregnancy.

Those announcements have resulted in a “complicated trade-off” for businesses trying to attract workers and hold onto them, according to a study released this week. On the one hand, interest spiked in jobs at those companies. On the other hand, there was also a backlash — in fact, there was a similar increase in antipathy…

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