We're looking to chat to different parents in different circumstances from the last 40 years about their choice to stay at home or return to work and see what influenced it and how that has changed.
In June 2020 12.7% of all people not in the work force reported that their main activity was looking after a child - in 1986 it was 21%.
If you fall into one of the below categories, or know someone that does, and are happy to chat please get in touch via direct message or email email@example.com.
- New parents who have chosen to stay home with children aged 3-5.
- New parents who have returned to work with children aged 3-5.
- A parent who decided to stay home with young children in the 1980s.
- A parent who decided to return to work with young children in the 1980s.
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