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Reading on the Run: Articles of Interest to Working Moms

Below is a series of articles of interest to working moms. They discuss diverse topics like Korean mothers leaving the workforce to manage their children's education, a working mom who relies on flex time, and my favorite, "The 19 Challenges of Being a Working Mom".

What's eating working moms?
The Korea Herald
In a recent survey of 710 working moms by recruitment information provider Job Korea, 87 percent said they had thought about quitting of them when their kids fell sick (61.3 percent), when they found it difficult to manage children's education (55.9 ...

For working mom Lisa Ramsay Cole, flex time crucial to her success
Nashville Business Journal (blog)
According to a 2011 University of Chicago study, law has one of the highest working mother "drop out" rates of any career. Nearly 25 percent of mothers with law degrees leave the workforce after 15 years, compared to six percent of mothers with medical ...

More on mom-in-law critical of her working daughter-in-law
The Seattle Times
More on mom-in-law critical of her working daughter-in-law. Advice columnist Carolyn Hax's readers chime in on a once stay-at-home mom's digs at her working daughter-in-law, and Carolyn herself responds to an adult child tired of her mom's criticisms.

19 Challenges of Being a Working Mom | Skinny Mom | Tips for ...
It's not easy being a working mom! Here is a list of challenges unique to working and raising children at the same time.

Laurie Puhn: The Email Every Working Mom Should Send
I know many mothers and caring nannies who have witnessed inappropriate behavior by other nannies they know on the playground, at a playdate, in stores or ...

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