But then there was this whole other line of thought as they tried to examine why rates were relatively high in the US compared to places with better social support structures. And here, it seemed, the ability of women to easily return to work, or to work with more flexible hours, was key.
Ultimately, though, there was a very interesting link between having many children and being poor, and the fact that the high cost of living in these countries practically made it obligatory that women work after having children.
I am fascinated. Thoughts?