Study: full-time working moms want part-time

November 2007
Mothering;Nov/Dec2007, Issue 145, p36
The article presents information on a study, which found that 49% mother who work full-time outside the home would choose to work part-time and one third of the mothers who stay at home would prefer part-time employment.


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