Working mums – feeling guilty for working?

Very interesting results from a poll of 2000 women carried out as part of a recent radio publicity survey:

  • Almost 90% of women said that they felt guilt for having to leave their children to go to work

  • 71% said that they worried constantly that working away from their children could affect their school performance and quality of life

  • 72% of women feel that their children would be healthier and happier if they worked from home

  • 71% of women said that it was important to them to have their own personal income separate from their partner

  • 54% said that their family would be happier if they worked from home more often

  • 62% feel that they have absolutely no other choice but to abandon their children to go to their day jobs

  • 80% of these 2,000 women said that they had to be “superheroes” in order to balance the demands of an office day job and a home life and that working away from their families due to inflexible business practices was harming their children in the long run

Despite the best efforts of government and industry leaders, women across the UK are largely unhappy in their day jobs, feel stifled by the glass ceiling and undermined by an on-going pay inequality

….all of which pretty much encompasses the reasons why I started my Arbonne business and why the business is structured the way it is. If you would like to know how it works, just drop me a line! Jan sign up offer is still on so take a peek at lindadaviescarr.arbonne.com and drop me a PM. You have nothing to lose trying it out and seeing if it is for you.

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