Career Counseling, Parenting: girls with working moms get better jobs

According to a growing body of research, working mothers have an overwhelmingly positive influence on their children. Family and career data on over 100,000 men and women found that children of working mothers tend to lead different lives than those with stay-at-home moms. Daughters of working moms in the U.S. make about 23% more than daughters of stay-at-home mothers. Sons of working moms grow up to spend more time doing household chores and caring for their own kids. Working moms model for their children how to manage a really complex life and what an egalitarian relationship looks like.