Well, yes, maybe

Almost half of all fathers are stay-at-home Dads

Hmm. Somehow I rather doubt it.

As many as 14 per cent of the 2,000 fathers surveyed said they chose to stop working altogether following the birth of their children, while 26 per cent said they decided to work part-time and 24 per cent said they started working flexibly, according to the research by The Children’s Mutual.

That\’s not really quite the same thing is it?

And they\’ve not actually said \”for how long\”. Are we talking about people taking two weeks paternity leave? Or people doing this for 18 years?

Just a feeling, but I\’m not sure the details support the headline there.

3 comments on “Well, yes, maybe

  1. There are those who have found out that once they have a child, the benefit system renders work worthless

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