Sheilah O Donnel's Story Analysis

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Sheilah O’Donnel story like any other successful women who have left their professional career to stay home. She works in a competitive training program in Oracle, the technology company, and she was earning at 500,000 a year. O’Donnel career takes a turn when she has her first two children and begin to work less days and make only a quart of her earnings. However, two-career household was not an easy thing when decided chores and responsible, because she a woman and a mother, she was expecting to be home and responsible for the house. She quit her job in exchange for her marriage when she was pregnant with the third child and hoping that this decision will improve her relationship. The argument continues that lead to a divorce and O’Donnel …show more content…
Carrie feels that her decision to leaved work was not a sacrifice because she knows she was a mother and it’s her responsibility. Later, Carrie wants to go back to the work force to pursue some career goals. Carrie agrees that child care was out of love, but housekeeping was different because of unequal contribution and different preference to things should be done. Carrie is successfully working in a professional career through volunteer, network and contribution experiences. Carrie’s experience tells women that by working outside will make them feel good about their self, be proud of their success, and earn good money that they do not have rely on their husband. Carrie starts working, but she continues her role as a mother at home. Carrie was so occupied with her work and children care that she has little time with her husband. This was a common thing among middle-age professional to have both parents working and inflexible work hours. The authors state that a lot of women worked in male-dominated profession, a quarter are employed in traditionally masculine and hard driving fields, and the rest work in a female dominated. (Warner, 2013) However, it’s all depends on their ambitions to get back to their professional position. Women stay at home longer want a high profession, but they head for a different no-professional work when it’s not easy to do. The woman’s husband was neutral on women work or stay home, but change as the family face financed crisis and this often the reason women get back to work because it was encouraged by their husband. In comparison to the high earning husband, he would not mind about his wife working or not and he would be more encouraging the wife to stay home. Women experience inequality at home because of the gender role and tradition standard that they being treated unequally by their husband and found themselves doing

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