Working Moms Feel Better Than Stay At Home Moms


Working MomA study conducted over 10 years shows that working mothers are in better physical and psychological health.


This research should exonerate working mothers from feeling guilty. Researches show that moms, who work full-time or part full-time, are generally better than their counterparts at home. The situation would be the most fulfilling is having a part-time job it’s among the best jobs for moms, which keeps the advantage of well-being while remaining invested in the education of children.


It appears that the housewives seem less healthy and more depressed during the early years of their child’s life than working life. The study does not specify when moms stay at home result of an inability or the lack choice of finding a job or one of the best jobs for moms.


The big winners of part time job


In comparison, women working full-time or part-time (the latter being defined very broadly as the act of working 1-32 hours per week) feel healthier and feel the same way that working helps well-being of their families and makes them better mothers.


The full-time and part-time, however, differ in their difficulty articulating family life and work demands: on the plan, women employed part-time fared better logically. Despite this, women working more than 32 hours per week do not say less fit or more depressed: it seems that they are managing the extra stress of their situation.


The part-time employees have another advantage over housewives and full-time active moms: they are equally invested in the life of the school as the first (and no surprise that more seconds) to show more listen to their children and offer more stimulating activities than others (through out the museum or library or registering to extra-curricular activities in particular).


These results confirm the positive impact of the occupation on the well-being of mothers, already revealed by a study this year. Put it however cautioned against trying to be exemplary in all respects, which may be a factor in depression.

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