From the survery mentioned below, forty one percent of child free women think it's unfair that they have to pick up the slack for working moms:
“Nah-nah-nah-nah, I work harder than you do.”
Sorry, but, for working moms, a new U.K. survey that finds there are plenty of women without children who feel they put in more effort at their jobs than their parental peers sounds a lot like a playground taunt.
According to the Daily Mail, the survey of British working women conducted by Red Magazine in the U.K., finds 40 percent of childless employees say they work harder than the parents in their office. On the other hand, 78 percent of the non-parents do note that being a working parent seems to amount to two full-time jobs. Yes, this survey was done across the pond, but we’re guessing that despite the whole nappies-diapers divide, the results would be similar stateside.