Huffington Post: Why Women Lawyers Leave
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Huffington Post: Why Women Lawyers Leave

Suzanne Grossman, a career coach for women, reflects on the most common reasons why women lawyers choose to leave their occupations. While leading several workshops for women attorneys considering a career change, she found that these women experienced an overall lack of work-life balance, little meaning in their work, and stressful work environments: About three quarters of the women who … Continue reading

MarketWatch: Stay-at-home moms: Leaning out or left out?
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MarketWatch: Stay-at-home moms: Leaning out or left out?

In response to the Pew Research study that found an increase in the number of stay-at-home mothers, MarketWatch reports that this increase may be due to the changing conditions of the American economy: Stay-at-home mothers have a complex relationship with the U.S. economy. As the job market improved in recent years, more families were either fortunate enough or could afford … Continue reading

Wall Street Journal: More Moms Staying Home, Reversing Decadeslong Decline
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Wall Street Journal: More Moms Staying Home, Reversing Decadeslong Decline

After three decades of decline, the share of stay-at-home mothers in the United States has steadily increased from 23% in 1999 to 29% in 2012, according to a new study by the Pew Research Center. The Pew analysis accounts for various factors that can be attributed to this trend: Pew attributed the rise of stay-at-home mothers to … Continue reading