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Working Mother

A woman who has a full-time job in addition a family. Some working mothers are professionals such as lawyers and doctors who work for personal and financial advancement. Others are working poor who have jobs out of utter necessity. Working mothers must balance time between their families and their careers. Working mothers are fairly new in the Western world because of the feminist movement in the 20th century. Some working mothers seek out companies with benefits such as maternity leave or flexibility when a child is sick.
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Working dads were significantly more likely to report they currently earn their desired salaries -- 28 percent compared to 17 percent of working moms.
Council members are also trying to improve rights for working moms to make the legislation more practical.
com)-- So many working moms are struggling to juggle priorities, and feel like they're missing their kids' childhood.
Stay-at-home moms may be more socially isolated than working moms, which might increase their chances of being depressed, the researchers said.
I have a lot of women who work for me who are single moms or working moms and they know they have a short time to get stuff done and they are extremely productive.
In general she argues that both the rise of working moms and the increasing number of single and divorced persons are grounded in larger historical and economic forces, and not in the moral decay or loss of values by individual couples or parents.
the infographic explores the tremendous financial contribution provided by working moms, stay-at-home moms and single moms.
First-Ever Working Moms Tipping Point Survey from Care.
Meanwhile, a recent study from Heather Joshi of the University of London's Centre for Longitudinal Studies has found that kids with working moms did just as well at school than children with stay-at-home moms.
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My hope is with the women's legislative caucus next year, we develop the first legislative platform for the women's caucus in history that will focus on working families and specifically target working moms, which is a group that is terribly discriminated against.
Hot or cold, moms everywhere are hard workers on both sides of the classic debate: 83 percent of full-time working moms think they have it harder and 60 percent of stay-at-home moms believe their job is more difficult.