Study: Working Moms May Be Helping Their Kids

The effects are strongest for low-income kids. And in wealthy families, the older wisdom may hold true — the kids of working moms did not fare as well as children of at-home moms.

It's only one study, and it contradicts a large body of older work. But the researchers, at Boston University, say it's one of the first to look at 21st-century moms and kids.

Image: Working mom, via Shutterstock

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