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Recession / Mothers Are Tougher on Kids

A down economy can impact family life. But an uptick in strict maternal behavior stems more from anticipation of hard times rather than actual exposure Continue reading

Unemployment in America from a Child’s Perspective

The report Unemployment from a Child’s Perspective written by Julia Isaacs examines unemployment from a child’s perspective, reporting that 6.2 million children lived in families with unemployed parents in 2012. ( Adapted chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor to follow) When a parent loses a job, the entire family is affected, including the children. Money is suddenly tighter, and what … Continue reading

Childcare cost rises ‘may make parents quit their jobs’ – BBC News

Some parents could be forced out of work and into poverty as the rising cost of childcare outstrips wage rises, says a report. A survey by the Daycare Trust charity showed that the average cost of nursery care in Britain for children under two rose by nearly 6% last year. Average wages rose by just … Continue reading

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