Over 50% of mothers take time out from work when children start school
Guardian and Netmums survey finds constant disruption to careers often continues after children reach secondary school
Munday gave up her full-time job at BMW in London for a part-time job near her home in Surrey when her eldest daughter, Jessica, began school. Photograph: Sarah Lee for the Guardian
Working mothers face almost constant disruption to their careers which can continue up to retirement, with many women still choosing to go part-time or stop work altogether to accommodate the needs of their children, a survey by the Guardian and Netmums has found.
The survey of 2,500 women found that mothers who returned from work after maternity leave often chose to leave again when their children began school, with more than half saying they decided to give up work, go part-time or start working from home when their children reached primary school age.
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