"Our research shows that women who had children during graduate school or within five years afterward and continued in their careers had as high a success rate as women without children. Not taking a break proved to be a successful strategy. And, as we shall see, the increasing number of family accommodations at universities, corporations, and other institutions allow more mothers to continue their careers without a lengthy interruption or detour into a second tier." -- Mary Ann Mason and Eve Mason Ekman, Mothers on the Fast Track: How a New Generation Can Balance Family and Careers
It's nice to have your mission validated, isn't it, my GAWB friends? (Thanks to Teresa for loaning me this book. Full review to come when I finish!)
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