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Why is it so hard for younger mothers at work?

Integrating work and children is hard no matter your age, but what happens if you have children earlier than most? According to a study of 196 moms by Ginamarie Ligon-Scott, assistant professor in Villanova’s psychology department, most women work for about five years before becoming pregnant — but there was a sharp contrast in this between non-salaried and salaried women.

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