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not sure the jobs are out there that can cover the childcare bills.

Plenty of childcare jobs, but it's not very well paid.

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Why is it a sad state of affairs?

I consider being a house wife or house husband a productive job. Its something people would otherwise pay someone to do, allocating someone else to do that labour.

Sending people to college for non-degree's is a sad state of affairs and completely unproductive, not this.

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Why is it a sad state of affairs?

I consider being a house wife or house husband a productive job. Its something people would otherwise pay someone to do, allocating someone else to do that labour.

Sending people to college for non-degree's is a sad state of affairs and completely unproductive, not this.

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Stay-At-Home Mothers Hits Record Low

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What would Mr Marx have to say about the destruction of family and substitution of religion with rampant self centric consumerism as a construct for social control?

I thought someone posted on here that in the USSR both parents had to work to make ends meet?

Hardly a utopian Marxist society.

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Debt slaves to bankers due to joint income mortgages

1997 average house £59k lending criteria 3 times main income plus 1 times second income = 3 x £17k + £8k = £59k

2013 average house £160k lending criteria 4 times joint income = 4 x ( £25k + £15k) = £160k

Apply 1997 lending criteria to 2013 wages = 3 x £25k + 1 x £15k and average house = £90k lots more women could then choose to stay at home. Those women who work would have a second income to spend instead of servicing debt with it.

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