Several online news outlets for parents featured key findings from KinderCare’s first annual Parent Confidence Report. Check out all of the news clips below!
Popular online parenting community The Bump wrote about the key elements causing today's parents to struggle and second guess themselves.
More money isn't everything when you're a working mom or dad, reported Working Mother – mentor, role model and advocate for more than 17 million moms. As it turns out, what parents really want from their employers is help with childcare.
MSN Lifestyle shared Working Mother's article about KinderCare’s Parent Confidence Report.
A parenting influencer who wrote about the opening of Tribeca KinderCare in New York last year shared highlights from KinderCare’s Parent Confidence Report on Moms.com.
Only 22% of participants in KinderCare's Parent Confidence Report felt they were supported as a parent by an employer, reported Ladders, a popular career website that publishes fresh articles on career-related news, advice and tools.
Would You Take Childcare Over a Raise in Wages?
For years, it was presumed that most people would take a salary increase over just about anything else. ParentsDome shared that KinderCare's Parent Confidence Report showed many parents care more about giving their kids the attention they need than having a few more bucks to blow on extras.
Curious about the report findings? Read the full press release here.