HBS Study Says Daughters Of Working Moms Make More Money

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Fairygodboss
Fairygodboss
May 23, 2024 at 6:7AM UTC
This Quartz article reports on a Harvard Business School study that shows that daughters of working moms are about 5% more likely to hold "supervisory" positions compared to daughters of stay-at-home moms.  
The absolute numbers and difference is pretty small, but we think the fact that this article got so much attention (over 500k shares on social media) is the real story.  It seems that many of us are hungry for evidence that working out of the home doesn't hurt our children.

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