Superwomen of the '90s

Romig, Mary Beth
May 1996
New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008);5/20/96 Supplement, Vol. 16 Issue 46, p11A
States that over 28 million mothers of children under 18, are in the work force, according to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics. How happiness is created by the mothers; Why women feel guilty; Factors linked to stress; Comments from Shannie Goldstein, a social worker; Ways in which women could maintain balance between career and home.


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