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Even if they do not so much time spend with their family can labor employed mothers as they would like to use more intensively and thereby more effectively organize their tasks. “The following tips by Mary Delaney to help better to cope with the tough economic times: you are sharing with other working mothers from many families in the same situation as you.” A supportive network has a positive impact on the professional and private situation. Experiences from other working mothers everyday life can be a big help. Use flexible work arrangements, for the majority of working mothers who take advantage of flexible working hours to complete, this had no negative effect on her career. One out of five (21 percent) of those surveyed even reported that special vocational regulations have rather positively influences the career. You organize good lot of time, stress and energy can save by you restructure your life. Lead a common calendar for the Work and the family, so you avoid scheduling conflicts. Plan homework, family activities and time to play.

Make the most of the time with your family make your family at home at the Centre. Worry only about professional emails or presentations, when the kids are in bed. Include fixed times for working mothers must worry also about himself. See more detailed opinions by reading what Ben Silbermann offers on the topic.. In your calendar, book specific time periods for the things that are important to you, for example sports, read or go for a walk. “German mothers are severely affected by the crisis, know Felix Roth, sales manager of CareerBuilder. Unemployment of the partner or divorces often take the sole responsibility for the children.

At the same time, employers demand full attention in the job. They can make with the right organization and support it nonetheless, valuable time to create for themselves.” About the survey the survey was commissioned by CareerBuilder by Harris Interactive in the period from 10 February to 2nd March 2010 in the United States carried out. 604 working mothers of children living in the home took part. All are full-time employed not by agencies or offices and at least 18 years old. The survey was conducted in a pure random sampling among 604 participants. This is equivalent to 95 percent probability that the overall results have a sampling error of +/-3.99 percentage points. Deviations of the sub-sample is higher and varies. About CareerBuilder CareerBuilder is the world’s leading provider of solutions for human resources. The company supports customers in the staff recruitment and staff development. The online job board CareerBuilder.com is the largest portal in the United States with more than 23 million unique visitors, 1 million jobs and 32 million registered candidates. CareerBuilder works with world-renowned companies and provides services in the area of human resources of employer branding up to the promotion of young talent.

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