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Eight out of ten working mothers polled are earning at least half or more of their household's income. On top of that, more than two-thirds (68%) of working moms reported they are still responsible for most of the household chores -- clearly illustrating that today's working mother is spending her life on double duty, with increased responsibilities at the office and at home.

"Not surprisingly, the biggest source of pride and joy for working moms are their families, but in today's fragile economy, salary needs to be the top priority, with work-life balance coming in closely behind," said Kelly Wallace, Chief Correspondent, iVillage. She added, "Unfortunately, what working moms have the least time for is themselves."

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