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Women As Breadwinners

A new study from the Pew Research Center finds women are the primary -- or sole -- earner in 40 percent of American households with children under 18. The numbers highlight a stark divide between single parents and those who are part of a two-income family. We talk about the implications of the study for families at home and work with study author Kim Parker and Howard Ross of Cook Ross.

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