New York Times Publishes Post-Birth Paid Leave Infographic, Inspires 30 People To Share How Different It Is Where They Live Compared To The US
Across the vast majority of Planet Earth, paid parental leave is a matter of fact. All that differs is just how many weeks parents get to spend uninterrupted with their newborn munchkins before they get back to the rat race. The average length of leave, globally, is 29 weeks. However, the United States is one of just seven countries with no national paid maternity leave.
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