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    Default Looking for views on SAHMs and working Mums - no need to be a parent or a female.

    We are looking for honest views on the choices of returning to work part-time, full-time or to stay at home with your child(ren).

    Views from parents or non parents, men and women are needed. Please forward on to friends and family.

    We are especially interested in those who have tried to return to the workforce after a period out but have not been able to.

    It should take about 2 minutes. All responses are anonymous.

    Thank you

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    Hi.

    Just curious - what is this survey for and who is conducting it?

    Thanks

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    I am conducting it personally it this stage. I work in gender equity and recently I heard a well known Australian criticising mothers choices and especially SAHMs. She went on to say a lot of things about mothers who go back to work vs those that don't and personally I was upset and quite shocked at the comments.

    If I get enough data I may write an article to help debunk myths and support women's choices to either stay at home or go to work.

    And also to assist those who want to return to work after a period out. Because in my experience that is almost impossible. And I am interested in how many stay at home parents would like to return to the workforce but can't and to hear their experiences.

    However maybe I am wrong and the person I listened to was right and then that takes me in a whole other direction.

    I don't want to say exactly what was said so that I don't influence to survey responses.

    Hope that helps.

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    Thanks for the reply. I understand you don't want to influence the answers. Would you be willing to publish the results once it it completed?

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    Yes I do hope to. I am hoping to write an article on it or a report of some sort. I will post a link back to the forum if I can. But I am also conscious that I probably can't advertise/promote my organisation.

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    Done. Hopefully you will be allowed to share as I would be interested in the results

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    After the how many children do you have question, I pressed next and it took me back to the start again?

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