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Gone are the days when mother devoted her full life for development of her children. Today, women are becoming more active, independent and prefer progress in their career rather than been recognized as just housemakers. Career oriented women continue their work soon after completion of their maternity leave. Many working women start the job early due to financial needs of their family. There can be different reasons for women to go to work instead of staying at home.

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Daniela Posted: Thursday, November 8, 2012 1:18:02 PM(UTC)
 
Just as a comment, please do not assume that "housewives" (as you call them) are not educated.

I worked for 16 years after college in an executive role making six figures. I decided that when I had my child at 37 (almost 38) that I did not want to keep on working as I wanted to spend my time with my child.

My child is in great activities and my life experience and education is steering him in the best possible direction.

My husband travels constantly too so one of us had to make a sacrifice.

I just feel that you made a lot of assumptions in your article and you really need to look at the bigger picture.