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Stay-at-home mothers on the rise, Pew study finds

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The number of mothers who are choosing to stay at home is on the rise. That's according to a study from the Pew Research Center out this week. It also finds that the data marks a reverse in the trend of more women moving into the workforce that took place during the three decades of the last century.
After Decades of Decline, a Rising Share of Stay-at-Home Mothers
For a look at the details, we're joined by D'Vera Cohn, author of the report and senior writer at the Pew Research Center.
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