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Guest wrote:Ivan Diederhoff wrote:Guest wrote:Ivan Diederhoff wrote:Not anything....the more successful a woman is, and the higher the position she holds, the less likely they are to have children. Wanting a career is fine, but you can't put the child first then and go for the gold...it doesn't work, so it's the child that ends up paying the dues of the mother.
Women can be successful with children, heaps of money doesn't always equal success, some of the best jobs aren't necessarily the most best paid, though well paid. Some women can do anything because they are multi-lingual and multi-skilled and have the qualifications. I think you're from the school of thought that likes to see women fail.
No, I'm from the school of thought that recognizes babies need their parents. They need to be put first in the line of fulfilling needs. Career women are split. The company sees to that. How many times have you heard of company (ies) telling female employees, their job is on the line, and they have to decide between starting a family or keeping their job? Around here, that tune is on classic stations because it is so well known. The boss really doesn't care what the reason is for missing work, but you can count on the fact he is keeping track of the number of missed days. Is it right or fair, NO! Is it reality, YES. You can have all the skills and everything else to be a great mother or a great employee, problem is, one is a drain on the other! What's more important...the kid or the job?
Not true if you're married or have extra support from nannies, parents etc. Women can have it ALL And quit acting like women are incapable of getting to work on time. You hate women period and will find any excuse to have a go.
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