Report Finds Steady Rise In Stay-At-Home Mothers

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Report Finds Steady Rise In Stay-At-Home Mothers

According to a new report by the Pew Institute, the number of stay-at-home mothers has risen significantly over the past decade, with more than 29 percent of mothers with children under 18 staying home in 2012. What do you think?

  • “It’s probably due to the rise in being able to make tons of money from home at your own pace with nothing but an internet connection.”

    Karen Sackhoff
  • “But the workplace is so welcoming to mothers!”

    Miguel Ryan
    Visual Designer
  • “Is that why I’m seeing so many pies cooling on windowsills these days?”

    James Sandoval
    Poker Dealer