Survey data and other research suggest that when high-achieving, highly educated professional women leave their jobs after becoming mothers, only a small number do so because they prefer to devote themselves exclusively to motherhood.
When was the last time you made a decision for your children and/or your family that didn’t pan out the way you had expected? How do you work to “let it go” and curb the worry that comes with making nearly every parenting decision—whether big or small?
Contents include: DC Dispatch: Promote Paid Family Leave Was it another Do-Nothing Congress? New Grads' Earnings at 1989 Levels The Economic Engine of Early Education Pregnant? Know Your Rights at Work.