When it comes to motherhood and work, everyone has an opinion. But for photographer Alice Proujansky, working moms' stories speak for themselves.
By Corinne Segal
More than 70 percent of employers in the United States don’t offer paid maternity leave. One working mother spoke of the difficulties of a mere 12-week unpaid maternity leave.
By Diane Lincoln Estes
When negotiating a job offer, says headhunter Nick Corcodilos, decide what's most important to you. If it’s time with your child, then make that your priority. If you can live without an extra 30 minutes of family time, and you…
By Nick Corcodilos
The high cost of child care is squeezing many low-income parents who want to work full-time but have to stay home with their children because they cannot afford appropriate care for their kids.
By Simone Pathe
With the start of 2014, new parents in Rhode Island are eligible for paid family leave — the third state, after California and New Jersey, where such a right has been codified and enforced. At the national level, the…
Daughters' working decisions are influenced by their own mothers and the mothers of their friends. Photo courtesy of Flickr user Fabio Trifoni. When Anne-Marie Slaughter first broached writing an op-ed about how women "still can't have it all,",…
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