TITLE

REVISITING THE MOMMY TRACK

AUTHOR(S)
Quinn, Jane Bryant; Ehrenfeld, Temma; Reno, Jamie; Downey, Sarah; Elizabeth; Roberts
PUB. DATE
July 2000
SOURCE
Newsweek;7/17/2000, Vol. 136 Issue 3, p44
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Discusses the rising proportion of young women in the United States who appear to be choosing motherhood over career. Reasons for this shift; Analysis of data on women and jobs by Diane Macunovich, an economics professor of Barnard College; Fertility among young women, which tends to follow the changes in young men's wages, which are increasing; Part-time jobs for which many women are opting; Experiences of several mothers regarding changing attitudes toward work.
ACCESSION #
3310612

 

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