HOW TO GO TO WORK WHEN YOUR HUSBAND IS AGAINST IT, YOUR CHILDREN AREN'T OLD ENOUGH, AND THERE'S NOTHING YOU CAN DO ANYHOW by

HOW TO GO TO WORK WHEN YOUR HUSBAND IS AGAINST IT, YOUR CHILDREN AREN'T OLD ENOUGH, AND THERE'S NOTHING YOU CAN DO ANYHOW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Certainly there have been any number of books on recycling the housewife-mother; this, promoted by the Catalyst organization (founded by five college presidents in 1962 and promoting the rehiring of educated womanpower) is angled to the idea that two part-timers work more efficiently than one (no coffee breaks, no absenteeism, etc.). On to what kind of a person you are, what you want to do, and where you might fit in with a quick scan of the logistics of your time. There's the usual elementary material on interviews, resumes, and a section of true life ""profiles""; but half the book is a guide from Accountant to Writer indicating experience, training, earnings as well as part time possibilities. Volunteer jobs are considered, and a little more guarded advice on starting your own business or franchise. All at a preliminary level with a few (staple) instructional materials, suggesting that this is not for as educated an audience as Catalyst serves.

Pub Date: March 1st, 1972
Publisher: Simon & Schuster