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The remarks should be taken seriously because we solo mothers take our parenting and our work outside the home very seriously,' she said in a separate text to reporters.
In 2012, US-based Pew research reported that the number of fathers who do not work outside the home rose to 2 million, with 16 per cent of households in the US having the father as the primary at-home parent.
More than half of women, 56%, who have a child younger than 18 would ideally like to stay home and care for their house and family, while 58% of those without young children would rather work outside the home.
For example, many more women now work outside the home.
The study using a national survey of almost 3,000 households also found women's increased work outside the home was not compensated by either a decrease in domestic time spent on childcare or an increase in childrearing by fathers.
Low rates of breastfeeding may be attributed in part to a lack of knowledge about the importance of the practice and to the reality that poor women in urban settings who work outside the home are often unable to breastfeed, report said.
17212), authors Pinka Chatterji, Sara Markowitz, and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn study the effects of mothers' work outside the home on maternal depression, self-reported health status, parenting stress, and parenting quality.
Some say the pill, some say abortion rights, and some the right to work outside the home.
First most women now work outside the home and have careers as well as being mothers.
His wife is diabetic and unable to work outside the home.
Whether we work outside the home or not, we are all trying to do the best for our families.
How on earth can the government qualify this nonsense at the same time as saying that carers, like myself, are entitled to pounds 48 per week in allowance if we can't work outside the home.