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one whose earnings are the primary source of support for their dependents

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On the subject of Waseela-e-Sehat (Group Life Insurance), it was decided by the Board that BISP would explore the possibility of building in house capacity to enroll all breadwinners of BISP beneficiary families under Group Life Insurance or to hire a suitable insurance company through competitive bidding process.
Bahraini breadwinners will be entitled to BD5 per month in compensation, plus BD3.
Technology Eases the Burden, But Not All Services Hit the Mark Breadwinners who have a spouse rely heavily on technology to manage their work-life balance, as 61% in the U.
Indeed such a trend of women starting their own businesses has given rise to the term "mumpreneur" - the stay-at-home mother who keeps one eye on the children and another on their new business The report also states the proportion of maternal breadwinners has increased from 18 per cent to 31 per cent, while the employment rate of lone mothers is up from 43 per cent to 58 per cent.
Louise Colley, protection distribution director for Aviva says: "There's been a steady increase in the number of working mothers and female breadwinners in recent years, yet it's sad to see that this trend is not always reflected in their earnings.
Their family members who sleep in separate bedrooms with attached bathrooms at the huge house generally do not know that their breadwinner sleeps on a bunk bed and waits in a queue to use the bathroom in shared accommodation.
Boss Dalia Ben-Galim said: "The balance between breadwinning and caring's changed - it can no longer be assumed the dad is the primary breadwinner in a couple family.
Graduate mothers are more likely to be breadwinners than those with fewer skills, with 35 percent of mums with a degree earning more than their partner, compared with just over a quarter for those without this level of qualification.
Economic circumstances usually determine the need for multiple breadwinners in a household, and the household today in no way resembles the nuclear family of yesteryear.
The report said the reasons for the increase in breadwinner moms include having more mothers in the work force (nearly two-thirds of all mothers today), men being disproportionately affected by the Great Recession from cutbacks in male-dominated jobs, and more women receiving advanced education compared to men (only 7 percent of wives had more formal education than their husbands 50 years ago but today the number has grown to 23 percent).
Summary: A record number of American women are now the sole or primary breadwinners in their families, a sign of the rising influence of working mothers, a new study finds.
With many dads seeing themselves as breadwinners, they may work longer to make up for their partner's fewer hours.
Al-Orman Association, an NGO, has launched a project to help female breadwinners make a living for themselves and their families.
Christin Munsch, of Cornell University, New York, revealed: "Making less money than a female partner may threaten men's gender identity by calling into question the traditional notion of men as breadwinners.
investigates how working women pursued economic equality and political power from the end of the Civil War through the fight for suffrage by claiming new identities as citizens and breadwinners.