All I can say about this article is that I'm glad I own my own business instead of work in Corporate America.
<i>The pay gap between mothers and childless women is larger than the gap between women and men, according to an award-winning 2007 study called “Getting a Job: Is There a Motherhood Penalty,” published in the American Journal of Sociology. The study, conducted by three Cornell University sociologists, and recently written about at BusinessWeek.com, found that moms faced more difficulties getting hired and were offered lower pay than their childless peers. Dads, on the other hand, faced no such penalties–faring equal to or better than childless men.</i>
<b><i>Have you faced career discrimination as a mom in the workplace?</i></b>
Read about The “Motherhood Penalty:” The Pay Gap Between Working Moms and Childless Women.