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Work After Baby [Infographic]

0 Comments 07 June 2013

Work is one of the main factors that play into modern couples’ decisions to have a child, and their career decisions afterwards. How much time will you have to take off work, and how much income will you be giving up? There are several options available for mothers who either want to continue work or stay home with their child.

The Family and Medical Leave Act grants new mothers 12 weeks of unpaid leave, but that’s still only for companies with over 50 employees. About 66% of working mothers have at least a portion of their leave paid. Onsite daycares are also sometimes an option for the working mother. In one study, these working moms were found to be less depressed and more healthy than stay-at-home moms. To learn more about returning to work after a baby, check out this infographic presented by HumanResourcesMBA.net.

Work After Baby
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