Parents Who Opt Out of Workforce Face Unexpected Costs
Robert R. Johnson
Parents who opt to take a sabbatical from their jobs and stay at home will face many hidden opportunity costs such as lost wage growth and retirement savings.
A research report conducted by the Center for American Progress, a non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C., delves into other financial ramifications of leaving the workforce in addition to a loss of income.
Chang, Ellen, "Parents Who Opt Out of Workforce Face Unexpected Costs" (2016). In the News. 1482.