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With a high unemployment rate in America, some individuals are moved to say that stay-at-home parents

1) cannot find jobs when ready to return to work, or

2) can find only grunt work and disrespect in the workplace, or

3) should stay at home and let others have the jobs.

All of these ideas are not particularly postive.  At the same time, many of the successfully working stay-at-homes in the following article became wealthy with determination and an idea that the general population of America liked.   

Another example is a pair of housewives in Worthington OH that in the 1980s began a catering concern on their kitchen tabletop. Later, they sold it as a huge conglomerate and today it is a multi-million dollar enterprise.

If you are a stay-at-home parent, be encouraged at the following site:

A Stay At Home Parent Is a CEO


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