What is a Mom Worth?

May 27, 2008

According to one new report,

$138,095 a year!

That’s the figure in a report by Salary.com, which calculates the wages that would have been paid a stay-at-home mom in 2007 if she were compensated for all the elements of her “job.” That total is up 3% from 2006’s salary of $134,121.

Moms who have jobs outside the house would earn another $85,939 for their mothering work, beyond what they bring home in existing salary.

Salary.com consulted with Stay at Home and Working Moms and determined the top 10 jobs that make up a mom’s job description. Salary.com found the job titles that best matched a mom’s definition of her work to be (in order of hours spent per week): housekeeper, day care center teacher, cook, computer operator, laundry machine operator, janitor, facilities manager, van driver, CEO and psychologist. New job titles that made the list in 2006 include psychologist, laundry machine operator, computer operator, and facilities manager. The job title of nurse fell out of the top 10 this year.

For fun, now moms and their families can visit http://swz.salary.com/momsalarywizard/htmls/mswl_momcenter.html and create their own hypothetical “Mom paycheck” with the Mom Salary Wizard®, the first interactive tool that allows moms and their families to price the “mom job,” based on location and mom’s personal hours worked in each of the 10 roles.

But wouldn’t you rather recieve a real check for $138,095, while staying home with your children, and helping needy people throughout the world? You can have that with Trivani- all you will need is passion, determination, and some work, to build your successful at home business. By having a home-based business, you will be leveraging your time, which will create an extraordinary lifestyle, fulfilling many of your dreams!

I invite you to join me on this joyous journey….

 

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2 Responses to “What is a Mom Worth?”

  1. sdmac said

    Hi Lisa

    Your article is so very true, I completey agree with you there. Great site…your story is very inspiring!!

  2. I know- wouldn’t be great if moms really got paid $138,095/ year?

    Thank you so much for your kind words!

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