Do stay at home moms have a hard time rejoining the workforce?
I have a college degree from a 4 year California State University. I am also having my first baby and I am thinking about quiting my job for 5-6 years to raise her and possibly another child. Will I have a hard time rejoining the workforce? I am nervous because I have had a lot of people tell me how stay at home moms have trouble finding jobs. Wil I still have trouble with a college degree?
Asked By: jenny c - 5/9/2007
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I think the toughest thing is finding someone you trust to care for your child when you do go back. I found that to be my biggest worry whenever I went back. I have 4 kids and never got used to leaving them. I cried more than they did! I really feel that if you're happy with the child care provider, it will ease your... More
Answered By: kim - 5/9/2007
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at first things might be a little tough you just have to believe in your self
Answered By: cuddlbunny2003 - 5/9/2007
Depending on how you run your life from home. If you keep up on the latest issues of your field, and study on your spare time, you should be fine. There might be some employors that will think of you as out of shape, workforce wise. All you need to do is keep a healty attitude, and don't give up your life completely... More
Answered By: wilnotdie - 5/9/2007
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