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What women don’t want: how many countries still ‘mummy track’ women

Helen Kowalewska argues that although many women with caring responsibilities want to work full-time, policies across industrialised countries are still channelling many into more poorly paid and part-time ‘mummy track’ careers. The problem with mummy track careers Women earn 33% less than men on average by the time their first child is 12 years old, according to a recent report on the UK. Continue reading →