February 6, 2013
ONE WAY TO START REDISTRIBUTING OUR WEALTH:
Why Stay-At-Home Moms Should Earn A $115,000 Salary (Jenna Goudreau, 5/02/11, Forbes)
Think you can't put a price on motherhood? According to a new survey by Salary.com, a division of human resources consultant Kenexa, moms should be charging $115,000 per year for their work.In the tenth annual Mom Salary Survey, researchers examined 6,616 mothers and attempted to value their work by breaking down motherly duties into 10 separate titles: Day Care Center Teacher, CEO, Psychologist, Cook, Housekeeper, Laundry Machine Operator, Computer Operator, Facilities Manager, Janitor and Van Driver.
Posted by Orrin Judd at February 6, 2013 8:52 PM