I am wondering which one of these two scenarios I have to look forward to. Apparently, the number of older women that are out of work has doubled.
But where there are women that are suffering, there are many others that are seeking flexible hours at the work place. Super Mom realizes what she can and can't do and wants to do it all.
Dads are taking advantage of it too.
I know that there is tons of sexism out there, although we're considered equal. As mothers, women are often forced to make a decision and financial needs are forcing people to choose work. I hope that more companies offer flex time and telecommuting in the future, so that the children won't suffer as much as we did--coming from the mouth of a former latch key child.
I can't help but think that older women may be discriminated against because they may want to have a life with their children. Employers may not be willing to that risk.
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