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A couple stories caught my eye this past week. First, Pew Research Center found that the number of "breadwinner moms" is at an all-time high in the US, with a significant number of mothers being the sole or primary source of income for their family.
As a working parent of two myself, I wonder how these moms keep it together. Then, about a half dozen of my friends posted this blog "Worst End of School Year Mom Ever" in my Facebook feed, and I felt a little better. What Jen Hatmaker describes is much closer to my reality.
At Microsoft, we hear from breadwinner moms every day about how fast-paced life has become and how technology can help keep work and life humming. Suzanne Emberton, a mother of six and full-time IT support analyst, recently shared how her busy family uses technology to help keep things running and find more time for the things that matter.
We know balancing work and home these days is no easy feat, but we also believe that the right technology can help. So in that spirit, we wanted to offer a few ways to help those amazing breadwinner moms.
The Pew Research Center study also showed that the number of breadwinning and working moms in the workplace will continue to grow. And as that happens, we'll continue to strive to make Office a great tool to help them, whether they're working in the office, on the go or at home.
We'd love to hear from you Are these tips helpful? What tips would you offer other breadwinning and working moms? Talk back to @Office and let us know yours.