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Thank you, Quazi!
It seems that two stats are mixed.The findings by the Pew Research Center, released Wednesday, highlight the growing influence of "breadwinner moms" who keep their families afloat financially. While most are headed by single mothers, a growing number are families with married mothers who bring in more income than their husbands.
Take your line of work, for example. Do female teachers/profs earn less on average than men? (I've never checked and don't know.) Does a male Taco Bell manager earn more than a female manager?
Well that implies that you have to have children..... this is the 21st century and women are not slaves of men in the western world. They dont HAVE to have children like in the "good old days".Who you decide to have children with has a great deal to do with what the rest of your life will be. How can you possibly argue with that?
The article didn't state what the percentage was in married families with two earners.
EDIT: Actually it did, the mother is the breadwinner in 15 percent of married couples.
Who you have children with should always be based on love, not social pressure and no being married is in no way a requirement.