have been striving to carve out a place for themselves in the working world, while balancing motherhood. A new study
out this year, shows a correlation between working mothers and their adult daughters’ earning potential. Daughters that have a working mom are more likely to earn more and hold supervisory roles at their place of business. Sons of working moms are more likely to spend more time per week caring for family members.
The United States labor force is retaining working mothers with children in all age groups at higher rates than they were four decades ago.