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Study: More Moms Seek Full-Time Jobs

Poll shows the desire to work up from 2007.

Marissa Mayer, eat your heart out. More mothers are interested in working full time than there were five years ago, says a new Pew Research survey. According to the data, 37 percent of moms want to work around the clock—up from 21 percent in 2007. The poll found a “strong correlation” between financial well-being and how much mothers want to work, with roughly 47 percent of those who claim they “don’t have enough to meet basic expenses” saying full-time work would be ideal. The study also found that women who are wealthy are just as happy to work part-time jobs—or not at all.

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