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Post by anakassouf@usp.br » Thu Jun 14, 2018 12:36 pm

If in the household there are small kids and older sisters take care of them, making possible that the mother works outside the house, the fact that now older kids (7-14 years) stay full time in school, could give the oposite effect.
Older children staying more hours in school reduce the probability that a mother participates in the labor market because now she will have to take care of very small kids, which was done before by the older sisters.

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