The Average Stay-at-Home Mom Should Be Paid $113,000 For Her 95-Hour Work Week
In preparation for Mother's Day next month, Salary.com did their annual calculation of how much the average mom should be paid.
The average stay-at-home mom puts in a 94.7-hour work week, two hours LESS than they worked last year. Based on the market value for the work she does, someone owes her a $112,962 annual salary. That's 2% lower than last year.
Working moms got a raise this year. They spend 57.9 hours working as a mom after getting home from their day job. That would work out to a $66,979 salary and is 5% higher than last year for two hours of more work.
Here's a calculator where you can find out how much the mom in your life is worth.