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I don't subscribe to The New Yorker, so I couldn't read the whole article, but the snippit read said this:

"Parenthood can affect pay. A recent study found that women with children earn 5 percent less per child than women without children. Fathers, on the other hand, are often offered high starting salaries than their childless male counterparts."

Seems rather odd to me. Why would parenthood make a difference in pay? Especially now with FMLA (Family Medical Leave Act) which is supposed to protect workers who have family members (or themselves) with medical situations (including pregnancy and newborn bonding).

What's your take on this?

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