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Why Millennial Women Plan on Taking Career Breaks

Photo credit: Alyssa Shukkar / New York Times

TAGS:Millennials, Working moms, Career break, Work-life balance

This New York Times article talks about a fascinating difference between the youngest women in the workforce and their mothers' generation. Millennial women are planning to take career breaks around motherhood more than the working women that came before them.  

Are companies ready? What does this mean for women's advancement in the workplace, their numbers in management and directorships? Will these women be penalized or will companies adjust?

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