Working on the one hand and paying for your child's caregiver on the other hand can cost a large part of your salary, and you can even realize that you have spent almost all your salary. Before deciding whether to quit the job, calculate how much you have contributed to the home after all expenses. Of course, working is not just about money. Consider other factors before deciding what is right for you and your family.How will you decide?• Talk to parents (both working and non-working) in both situations • Think about how much you love your job. If you quit, try to think about how you can fill this gap: • Talk to your partner to get an idea. • Keep your work opportunities as open as possible and consider possibilities such as working at home and part-time work • Try to be aware of the needs of your child as well as your own needs. For example, if your child has a chronic health problem and needs to be taken to a doctor at all times, take this into account • Remember that whatever you decide, it may not be your final decision. You can always change your mind. Being a working mother does not mean neglecting your child; at the same time, a mother who does not work is not necessarily a mother who gives her everything she needs. Many working parents can spend enough time with their children and take care of everything. At the same time, a mother who lives at home all day may neglect or not raise her child correctly. Whatever you choose, make sure you plan your time well and make time for your family. Evaluate the pros and cons of each well when choosing between working and sitting at home. Pros of the study • You can contribute to family income • You can improve your career. • Enjoy the intellectual challenges and social interactions of working life. • Introduce your child to the social life of the babysitter or kindergarten.Cons of the study• You may not be able to spend enough time with your child. • On weekends you may find yourself in the chaos of shopping, laundry and other household chores. • You may find yourself lost in childcare arrangements.