Working mothers who tends to Better Health Women who keep their jobs while caring for children who are infants or preschool were happier and healthier than women who only care for children and not working. Mothers who work while raising children is not easy. But it turns out that working mothers tend to be healthier, especially when children are very young or not the school. The results of these studies have been published by the American Psychological Association December 2011 issue. Researchers have analyzed data from 1991 from the National Institute for Child Health and Human Development Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development. In this study note that working mothers have less depression levels and quality to better health overall than mothers who only at home. But this benefit does not take place until the child enters school. Researchers revealed that the mother was at home having a social life that is more isolated than mothers to work, thus increasing the likelihood of depression and stress due to being at home all day with the kids. This stress may be somewhat eased when the kids start school than children who do not attend school. In addition to these results, the researchers also found a part-time working mothers tend to provide more learning opportunities in young children than mothers who stay at home mom and full-time workers. While the emotional relationship with a spouse are not affected by the status of working mothers. Level of emotional understanding with the same partner for mothers who work or who are at home. These results are based on interviews with 1364 women from Arkansas, California, Kansas, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin during their childhood. These mothers reported symptoms of depression and assess the overall health. Researchers are also considering factors that could affect the outcome including maternal education and certain personality traits, and this study also only see welfare in relation to one child only. "In all cases observed, there was a significant difference in the welfare of women, such as the conflict between work and family or parents, the comparison time work part time, full time, or do not work. However, in many cases well-being of women who work part time are not different from those working full time, "said Cheryl Buehler, PhD, of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro as reported from MedicalNewsToday, Wednesday (14/12/2011). Child care for 7 days a week can be very tiring. Therefore, it is logical that women enjoy some time to work, but it also can supplement the family income. Women who return to work after childbirth will feel the benefits. Of course, it is not appropriate to compare the types of jobs that have flexible schedules, has many facilities, and even have an assistant with the type of work that is not flexible. Surely a woman who has this type of work schedule flexibility, a lot of facilities, and have an assistant would be able to balance between her role as mother and career woman. Further research is necessary to look at factors such as professional status, scheduling flexibility, job commitment, and shift schedules.
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