Argumentative Essay On Women Work

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Open your eyes and focus on all of the women working in today’s society. Now imagine the identity that most women have placed on their heads…the role of a mother. Most mothers set off to work to bring in more income for their household. Most mother’s in today’s world deal with the daily tasks of waking up before the household in order to wake the children up on time and prepare breakfast and lunch for the day, all to have her child ready on time. Meanwhile, the mother may have little time to tend to herself before she sets off on the road to send her child to daycare and herself to work. The working mother may be in question of whether it is appropriate or not to work and utilize a daycare to tend to the child. I often volunteer at Nashville …show more content…
More women are having to work to bring in more income for the household. Families are now starting to have more than one member of the family work due to America’s problem with consumerism. However, women working creates a division between their career and family time. Often times mothers work like a jigsaw puzzle as they try to have the ability to fit multiple responsibilities into their day and the ability to solve everyday problems. This need to be the “supermom” and juggling various roles in order to satisfy both her career and family usually results in the mother ignoring her own …show more content…
Taking care of a young child is not just loving or playing him or her, but it’s also cleaning after the child and calming down the child when upset for multiple reasons. A mother’s role is hard work. It was easy to complain that it’s wrong of parents to leave their children in daycare all week, without knowing what a mother’s role actually is and not thinking about her career on top of that. The only issue I see with my experience is that with the rise of women working there should be more daycares/childcare available. Especially because it is the most amazing sight to see a mother and child reuniting after a long day and the good in knowing that you helped provide her child a stable place while she was at

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