two is enough

by rantywoman

Sylvia Ann Hewlett, founder of the Center for Work Life Policy told the Huffington post: “It’s also true that whether it’s extreme jobs, or the financial pressure on this generation, many individuals decide they want to do two things well, and not three things badly. Those two things are their relationship and their career.”

Some Gen X women who want babies and feel they can support them, go ahead with or without a partner before it’s too late. However, the number of women who remain childless grows whether because of the lack of a suitable partner, having education loans to pay off, or fears of jeopardizing job security or advancement.