...offered by Dn. fdj, a sinner at 9:23 AM [+]
Well, all you stay-at-home mom are apparently "earning" an equivalent of $134,121 a year. We are led to believe the "typical" mother puts in 92 hours a week...and I do not doubt it.
Their figures could not be more wrong, though. A stay-at-home mom's work is priceless.
But if we must break down payment and payment is based on quality of work...I say the first 40 hours of work is worth FAR more than the final 52 hours of overtime. Plus we're talking about two separate jobs, if I work at Walmart for 40 hoursa week and then go to Kmart for 53 more a week, I don't think Kmart will pay me for 52 hours of overtime, right? One wonders if one could manage to keep the Kmart job?