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Working mothers raising happy children

Employed mothers can relax. Harvard Business School research suggests that the children of working mothers are just as happy in adulthood as the children of stay-at-home mums, and that their adult daughters are more likely to have higher earnings.

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Snapshot of Australian Families

Happy (54%) and stressed (36%) were the two words parents felt best described family life.

31.3% of families are only able to find time to eat breakfast together on weekends.

40% of parents have struggled to meet essential expenses over the past 12 months.

66% of parents are happy in their role as a parent “most of the time”. Sadly however, 1.5% are unhappy “most of the time”.