I can remember when I first read this and was struck by the data on the change in family economic structures. This intelligence briefing explores the conversation around working mothers which has long been dominated by guilt, apologies, and excuses—positioning a career as the sort of optional luxury that women have cause to feel ambivalent about. Here they discuss rebranding what it means to have a career and be a mum. They say the idea that a mother’s career can be of service, not disservice, to family life, is increasingly being celebrated. 

Read the report here