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He’d taken Mommy’s coffee cup from the table, Added salt to it, and started his fable. “Mommy I wanted to give you something too! I added special sugar to your morning brew!” Mommy was not amused- her temper started to grow. After all, she was no good without her morning joe. Finally… A Children’s
The New York Times recently published the piece “Single Mothers Are Surging Into the Work Force,” stating the share of young single mothers in the work force has climbed about four percentage points, driven by those without college degrees. Though the article suggests new policies that have made it more feasible for single mothers
Today five-year-old Honor has over 7,000 followers on Instagram, and though this figure seems small compared to other kid influencers such as Ryan Kaji (of Ryan ToysReview), Honor boasts an impressive 30-day engagement score of 13%. https://www.forbes.com/sites/christinecarter/2019/06/17/mommy-and-me-influencing-the-latest-generation-alpha-trend/#6d51ad417879
According to a FlexJobs survey of more than 900 stay-at-home parents, 88% said they are somewhat or very concerned about re-entering the workforce. More than half reported taking a longer break than they originally planned, making the transition back to work even more intimidating. To help stay-at-home moms looking to re-enter the workforce, FlexJobs
A new McKinsey Global Institute report, The future of women at work: Transitions in the age of automation finds that if some women do not transition into higher-skilled roles, they could face a growing wage gap or be left further behind. Between 40 million and 160 million women globally may need to transition between