Researchers from the University of North Carolina analysed more than 10 years of data, starting in 1991 with interviews of 1,364 mothers shortly after their child's birth and following them over a decade.'In all cases with significant differences in maternal well-being, such as conflict between work and family or parenting, the comparison favored part-time work over full-time or not working,' said lead author Cheryl Buehler, from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
The part-time and full-time working mums also showed no significant differences when it came to the women's perception that their employment supported family life, including their ability to be a better parent.
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