Ambareen Musa in  Khaleej TImes on working mothers managing work-life balance.

But a 2015 study by Harvard Business School shows that working mums have less cause for worry about how their children will turn out.

The study which assessed data from 24 countries, showed that children of working mums stand to benefit in the long term. The research found that daughters of working mothers are more likely to be career-oriented and professionally successful, while sons raised by working mums are more likely to pitch in more at home, sharing household and childcare responsibilities.

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