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The Challenge of family life for Russia's working mothers
MOSCOW — As with other prevalent trends in most European countries, in Russia an ever- increasing share of mothers prefer to combine household activities with work outside their household.
IT’S A GOOD JOB WORKING MOTHERS DON’T LISTEN TO CHERIE
BY HER own admission, Cherie Blair is no “superwoman”. In 2002, she confessed that being the Prime Minister’s wife, a top barrister and a mother-of-four meant that she sometimes dropped the balls she was juggling. It was a fitting analogy for a woman whose oversized grin and tendency to put her size nine feet in it made her something of a circus act.
Motherhood Still a Cause of Pay Inequality
Women have made huge strides in the job market since President Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act in 1963. Yet almost half a century after it became illegal to pay women less than men for the same job, the weekly wage of a typical woman who works full time is almost 18 percent less than that of the typical working man.
How do mothers cope with the euro crisis?
Politicians have been struggling to find a permanent solution to the financial crisis afflicting the eurozone, and have yet to come up with one that all the member states can agree upon. Business Daily spoke to women from across Europe and asked how the crisis had affected them and the lives of their families.
Free kid care rules to be relaxed
Time limit extended by two hours
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