The market value of the stay-at-home mother

Sefton, Barbara Wylan
January 1998
Mothering;Jan/Feb98, Issue 86, p26
Presents contributions of stay-at-home mother to the financial well-being of her family in the United States. Child care as the largest contribution of stay-in-mother; Money saved by a family with a stay-at-home mother for children's transportation and errands; Market value of domestic cleaning done by stay-at-home mother. INSET: The market value of the stay-at-home mother.


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