INFOGRAPHIC: Metro examines the increase in stay-at-home moms
In a recent survey, 42% of the U.S. population thinks mothers should not work at all,40% thinks mothers should work full-time, 12% part time and 6% aren't sure.
Metro examines arecent U.S. surveythat shows moreworking moms arereturning to thehomestead.
For years, the majority of women have chosen to work rather than stay at home. But according to data, the trend seems to be reversing.
On average, 54% of mothers across the globe are employed.
Sweden and Netherlands have the highest share of working moms (76%), Belgium has 66%, and the United States has the lowest percentage of working mothers at 61%.