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Since 1800s women started taking a role in work force gradually It may have an effect on babies with a working mother When a baby is born its parents especially the mother should take really good care of him because the role of a mother has a serious effect on the new born babys development However nowadays women concern with their career By what means can they take care of their babies while at work How can they strike a balance between their work and taking care of heir babies And how can they provide the best support for their baby to grow up more intellectually From the reference articles I know that there are good means to cope with the child-care problem for working mothers To begin with companies with a child-care centre can provide the most efficient and effective way for mothers to look after their children The babies are kept in the centre while their mother is at work However it may cost the family a lot because the company will not miss the chance of taking back its staffs salary through any channel Whats more according to some research no matter how close the babysitter is with the baby when the baby feels bad or tired it will rely on its mother rather than the babysitter It shows that undeniably the relationship between the baby and its mother cannot be substituted by others In other words mother is the most important person for her baby Next hiring a babysitter like employing a Filipino maid may be another good method A maid can take care of the babys living Even better she can also do the housework However leaving the young babies to someone that you dont know well or that is not close to you is not very secure Who knows what she will do to your baby in the daytime Besides the maid cannot teach your baby well As
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