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    The tales of single mothers who were capable of getting out of welfare created a sense of hope for those single parent who had become dependent on welfare. They were tales of the capabilities of the state providing a helping hand to those in need. However, with every tale there is the other extremes of the single mothers who didn’t make it out of poverty and still depended on welfare. As it would seem, some of single mothers would have the adequate support but the rest would have support provided

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    with it." I remember hearing those words from my mother ever since I was a little girl. Through the years I've grown up believing in them and using them as my inspiration. You see, there is no one I admire more than my mother. When I was four years old, my mother and father got divorced, although he didn't live with us since I was two. At the time, my brother was only eight. Being a single parent is a hard enough job in itself but my mother also worked full time. Now most people who hear about

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    Single Mothers in the Workplace Currently in the United States, women compromise half of the country’s workforce. Many single mothers are now the main income producer in the household. According to the US Department of Labor, “more than 75 percent of single mothers are the sole provider for their family.” ( citation) As a single mother of the past seven years, I will address the challenges and a few benefits single mothers encounter in the workforce. Being a single mother in the workplace has

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    Single-Mother Households

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    the single parent, more often the single mother, regardless of ethnicity or reasons for single status, is financial. For the middle-class and down population, the prevalence of unmarried, female, single and head of the household families without interaction from the father has led to stereotypes. Above that “line”, many of single-mother households are the result of divorce and have less emphasis on the financial contributions of the absent parent. Oftentimes, when a single mother raises

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    Single mothers are constantly put down and defined as bad by the world. Why does the world get to decide who single mothers are? I started my research on single parents although I found most of the negativity was towards single mothers. Society, stereotypes and the media have all given single parents a bad name. These negative things so often said affect the daily lives as well as the future of single parents. Because of the media, society and stereotypes, single mothers do not further their education

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    The single mothers, who know as homemakers, and bread winner, tend to live under the poverty extremely because they earn “incomes below half of the federal poverty level17 — about $9,900 for a family of three” (D, 2017, n.p). In nature law, women’s role is to take care families, and do housework while their husbands go outside to work. Therefore, they don’t have much chances to go back school to educate themselves or ear degree. In some culture, parents are more likely to invest on their son rather

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    field during the same job as them. Woman that are a single parent have a hard time supporting a family only making enough to get by. According to WhiteHouse.gov, “On average, full-time working women earn just 78 cents for every dollar a man earns. This significant gap is more than a statistic -- it has real life consequences. Women make up over half of the work force and are still being paid less than a man working the same job.” Being a single mother and working trying to take care of your children

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    Single Mothers and Single Fathers in Society Today Crystal D.Cole Com/170 February 9, 2012 University of Phoenix Single Mothers and Single Fathers in Society Today Being a single parent is tough in twenty first century. A single parent has to be the provider, the comforter, the teacher, and the disciplinarian all in one. In most single parent relationships, One feels that our priorities lie with our children first. Society seems to put some pressures on Single Mothers and Single Fathers

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    Immigrant Single Mothers

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    Many single mothers suffer everyday because if not being able to meet their needs.These mothers have American kids that will help our future. Immigrant single mothers should receive help from the government because they aren’t employable and many job owners take advantage of these immigrants mothers. First, these immigrant single mothers aren’t employable because of being illegal, and when they do have a job, it isn’t enough. For this reason, many mothers can’t meet their,or their child’s needs

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    I chose to interview a single mother of one son. She states the signs and symptoms of child abuse and neglect to her are marks and bruises, if the child appears scared to talk and often hold their head down. She states an abused/neglected to her looks like a child whose arms are low and down by their sides and the child walks in a straight line. The child present wearing dirty clothing, smells, and lacks good hygiene. To the single mother the biggest child abuse and neglect problem issue in Spartanburg

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