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Semantee Chattopadhyay
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Every woman on earth is working but only some of them are getting paid.
Working mothers don’t hinder their child’s development. Currently, the world is viewed in economic terms. It is the choice of a woman as an individual how she decides to pursue her life. However, bringing up a child is a huge responsibility and should not be taken lightly. Taking care of a child is not only the responsibility of a mother but also the father. Women, by nature, have been assigned some biological responsibilities which she can perform if she wishes to. In my opinion, working women inspire their children to work hard and deal with problems independently. It teaches them that they should neither compromise on their dreams nor ignore family responsibilities. Having both parents working ensure the family a financially comfortable and secure life. Being financially independent is a trait that a person should a choir to survive in this time and age. However, parents should not compromise on their duties towards their child. State responsibility to give their time to their children. They should be to manage time well by dividing household chores among themselves and respecting and recognising each other’s work. Working outside does not mean that a mother doesn’t love her child. Parents should also make their children understand the importance of having a job. A survey shows that maternal employment has a positive effect on children’s cognitive development.
Unfortunately, we live in a world where money is seen as the epitome of success. As working women are valued, homemakers deserve that respect too. They work equally hard for their children and family. They are “working women” too. They have dedicated their lives to the children which should not be taken for granted. Children should be taught to respect their mothers irrespective of the fact that they are earning or not.