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Opposing View on “Mom Salaries”

Last week I wrote Why I Hate Salary.com’s ‘What’s a Mom Worth?’ Survey. The Salary.com people (who are delightful!) contacted me and asked me to chat with them on their weekly podcast. So, I did, and you can listen to it here: An Opposing View on Our Mother’s Day Survey.
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